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Water

Gregory Porter

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1
Illusion
Gregory Porter
3:02
2
Pretty
Gregory Porter
6:20
3
Magic Cup
Gregory Porter
6:12
4
Skylark
Gregory Porter
8:19
5
Black Nile
Gregory Porter
4:56
6
Wisdom
Gregory Porter
9:31
7
1960 What?
Gregory Porter
12:27
8
But Beautiful
Gregory Porter
5:35
9
Lonely One
Gregory Porter
5:42
10
Water
Gregory Porter
4:02
11
Feeling Good
Gregory Porter
3:01
Total Playing Time    69:07
“It is the quite startling voice and well marshalled charisma of Gregory Porter that mark him out as a substantial addition to the canon of jazz singing.”
- Jazzwise

“A fantastic young singer.”
- Wynton Marsalis

Gregory Porter's debut album Water is a Grammy-nominated release that rocketed the musician to fame in 2010. Recorded with his core band of pianist Chip Crawford, bassist Aaron James, drummer Emanuel Harrold, and saxophonist Yosuke Sato, Water features standards such as Hoagy Carmichael's Skylark with seven original tracks, all performed with Porter's moving yet polished style, influenced by the likes of Nat King Cole and Donny Hathaway.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Motema Music Studio Masters

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