1997 Zachary Breaux – Uptown Groove

Zachary Charles Breaux (June 26, 1960 – February 20, 1997)[ was an American jazz guitarist, influenced by George Benson and Wes Montgomery and best remembered for his soul-jazz work. He played with many notable jazz musicians during his career, including Roy Ayers, Stanley Turrentine, Jack McDuff, Lonnie Liston Smith, Dee Dee Bridgewater and Donald Byrd.

This album Uptown Groove is a masterpiece. Steve Lukather is featuring on track After 2:00 Am on the West Coast.

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1   Breakfast at the Epiphany 0:16
2   Cafe Reggio 6:06
3   I Told You 4:29
4   Never Can Say Goodbye 5:06
5   The Thrill Is Gone 5:10
6   After 2:00 Am on the West Coast 4:42
7   All Blues 6:33
8   Back into Time 6:04
9   Uptown Groove 5:13
10   Flavors of My Mind 4:19
11   The 135th St. Theme 4:42
12   After 2:00 Am on the East Coas 5:23
13   I Love This Life 6:30


Bass Brian Bromberg
Bass Kenny Davis
Drums Harvey Mason
Drums Lewis Nash
Drums Larry Nash
Drums (programming) Zachary Breaux
Guitar Zachary Breaux
Guitar Steve Lukather
Guitar Ted Dunbar
Keyboards Zachary Breaux
Keyboards Rob Mullins
Keyboards Jeff Lorber
Keyboards Mark Portmann
Synthesizer Zachary Breaux
Synthesizer Jeff Lorber
Synthesizer Mark Portmann
Organ Neil Larsen
Piano Renee Rosnes
Harmonica Lee Oskar
Flute Hubert Laws
Horn Harry Kim
Sax Gary Herbig
Percussion Luis Enrique
Vocals Lori Perry