Kenny G's official music video for 'Silhouette'.
Silhouette is the fifth studio album by American saxophonist Kenny G. It was released by Arista Records in 1988, and reached number 1 on the Contemporary Jazz Albums chart, number 8 on the Billboard 200, and number 10 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Through April 2011, the album has sold 25 million internationally. Silhouette" (Kenny G) - 5:25. Tradewinds" (Kenny G) - 4:12. I'll Be Alright" (lead vocal: Andre Montague) (Douglas Cooper Getschal/Lyndie White) - 4:08.
Kenny G (2) – Silhouette. Label: Arista – AL-8457. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Specialty Pressing. SRC" logo stamped in runouts denotes a Specialty Records Corporation pressing.
Kenny G is the debut studio album by American jazz saxophonist Kenny G, released in 1982. It was released by Arista Records in 1982 and reached number 10 on the Billboard Jazz Albums chart. Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" – 3:41 (Joe Zawinul). Here We Are" (lead vocals: Greg Walker) – 4:15 (Jeff Lorber, Marlon McCain). Stop and Go" – 3:31 (Stevie Bensusen, Joe Ericksen, Kenny G, Jeff Lorber). I Can't Tell You Why" – 4:12 (Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Timothy B. Schmit). The Shuffle" – 4:24 (Kenny G, Jeff Lorber).
Silhouette is the fifth studio album by saxophonist Kenny G. Since April 2011 the album sold 25 million internationally.
Listen free to Kenny G – Silhouette (Silhouette, Tradewinds and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. A new version of Last. Overview (current section). Producers: Kenny G (Tracks 1, 2, 4, 5, 7-10); Peter Bunetta and Rick Chudacoff (Tracks 3 & 6); Preston Glass (Track 4). Engineers: Steve Smart (Track 1); Gerry Brown (Tracks 1, 2, 5 & 9); Frank Wolf (Tracks 3 & 6); Maureen Droney (Track 4); Darren Klein (Track 6); Dana Jon Chappelle (Track 7); Gordon Lyon (Track 8); Dave Raynor (Track 8); Kenny G (Track 9); Mick Guzauski (Track 10). Assistant Engineers: Don Adey (Track 3); Steve Satkowski (Tracks 3 & 6); Bryan Arnett (Track 6); Stuart Hirotsu (Track 7).
it doesn't seem like there was anything wrong with this album. Other than jealousy among the prestige, there hasn't really been any setbacks to seemingly crafting this piece of artwork. You get a special treat with the duet of him and Smokey Robinson, and like those who know the latter guy, his music seems to be mostly slow just like the mostly consistent flow of music on "Silhouette" by Kenny G, so it's like a nighttime thing.
|A3||I'll Be Alright|
|A4||Against Doctor's Orders|
|B1||We've Saved The Best For Last|
|B2||All In One Night|
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|ASTC 207||Kenny G||Silhouette (LP, Album)||Arista||ASTC 207||South Africa||1988|
|7861||Kenny G||Silhouette (LP, Album)||Arista||7861||Venezuela||1988|
|140.8056||Kenny G||Silhouette (LP, Album)||Arista||140.8056||Brazil||1988|
|SAPR-067, AL-8457||Kenny G||Silhouette (LP, Album)||Arista, Arista||SAPR-067, AL-8457||South Korea||1988|