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Sun Goddess

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Ramsey Lewis 10/25/1990

Review

Pianist Ramsey Lewis first came to fame as the purveyor of swinging soul-jazz in the mid-'60s, but like a lot of musicians he underwent some major changes by the end of that decade. Sun Goddess (1974), Lewis' biggest success of the decade, is miles away from the finger-snapping supper club sounds of "The In Crowd." By this time, Lewis had transformed himself into a jazz fusion funkateer, riffing on electric piano and synthesizer amid arrangements that meld jazz with funk, R&B, and yes, even touches of progressive rock. Sun Goddess is also something of a stealth Earth, Wind & Fire album, as it features most of the key players from that band, and bears echoes of EW&F's jazzier, more atmospheric side. ~ Rovi Staff
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Sun Goddess Earth, Wind & Fire 8:26
  3. 2 Living for the City Ramsey Lewis 5:18
  4. 3 Love Song Ramsey Lewis 5:51
  5. 4 Jungle Strut Ramsey Lewis 4:40
  6. 5 Hot Dawgit Ramsey Lewis 2:59
  7. 6 Tambura Ramsey Lewis 2:51
  8. 7 Gemini Rising Ramsey Lewis 5:51

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