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Other albums by David Sanborn

  1. Another Hand
  2. As We Speak
  3. Backstreet
  4. Close-Up
  5. Sanborn
David Sanborn 3/23/1999

Review

As a rule, David Sanborn's Elektra output of the '90s had integrity. Whether he was being exploratory and introspective on Another Hand or taking a more commercial, R&B-minded approach on Inside, Sanborn avoided recording outright schlock during that decade. Make no mistake: Inside is far from straight-ahead acoustic jazz. Produced by Marcus Miller and boasting such guest vocalists as Sting, Cassandra Wilson and Lalah Hathaway, Inside is definitely a commercial album. But commercial isn't necessarily a bad thing, and most of the material is tasteful. Whether he's getting into instrumental funk-jazz grooves on "Brother Ray," "Corners," and "Trance" or featuring Wilson on a likable remake of Aretha Franklin's "Daydreaming," this CD is certainly not without its pleasures. The high point of the album, however, is Sting's haunting cameo on a cover of Bill Withers' "Ain't No Sunshine." Some of Sanborn's solos could have been longer, but all things considered, Inside is pleasing. ~ Alex Henderson
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Corners (For Herbie) David Sanborn 4:46
  3. 2 Day Dreaming David Sanborn 5:31
  4. 3 Trance David Sanborn 4:54
  5. 4 Brother Ray David Sanborn 5:50
  6. 5 Lisa David Sanborn 4:26
  7. 6 When I'm With You David Sanborn 4:51
  8. 7 Naked Moon David Sanborn 5:35
  9. 8 Cane David Sanborn 0:41
  10. 9 Ain't No Sunshine [Cover][Live Classics] David Sanborn 4:6
  11. 10 Miss You David Sanborn 5:50

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