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Herb Alpert - Jump Street album mp3

Herb Alpert - Jump Street album mp3
Title:
Jump Street
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Style:
Acid Jazz
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FLAC album size:
1108 mb
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Rating:
4.8 ✪

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12 inch Vinyl Single - A&M

Jump Street (Brighton Daze . Engineer – Q (4). Executive-Producer – Chris Boyd (2). Producer – Herb Alpert. Producer – Streets Ahead. Remix – Streets Ahead. Written-By – Greg Smith (14), Herb Alpert. Other Versions (5 of 11) View All. Cat.

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Tracklist

Jump Street (Brighton Daze U.S. 12")
Jump Street (Brighton Daze U.S. 7")
Jump Street (Original Version)
Jump Street (Brighton Daze U.K.)

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AMY 750 Herb Alpert Jump Street ‎(12") A&M Records AMY 750 UK 1991
75021 2359 1 Herb Alpert Jump Street ‎(12") A&M Records 75021 2359 1 US 1991
INT 390 750-1 Herb Alpert Featuring Yvonne De La Vega Herb Alpert Featuring Yvonne De La Vega - Jump Street ‎(12", Maxi) A&M Records INT 390 750-1 UK 1991
75021 2359 1 Herb Alpert Jump Street ‎(12", Promo) A&M Records 75021 2359 1 US 1991
AMYDJ 750 Herb Alpert Jump Street ‎(12", Promo) A&M Records AMYDJ 750 UK 1991
75021-2359-1 Herb Alpert Jump Street ‎(12", TP) A&M Records 75021-2359-1 US 1991
INT 390 750-7 Herb Alpert Featuring Yvonne De La Vega Herb Alpert Featuring Yvonne De La Vega - Jump Street ‎(7", Single) A&M Records INT 390 750-7 UK & Europe 1991
AM 750 Herb Alpert Featuring Yvonne De La Vega Herb Alpert Featuring Yvonne De La Vega - Jump Street ‎(7", Single) A&M Records AM 750 UK 1991
AM 750 Herb Alpert Jump Street ‎(7", TP) A&M Records AM 750 UK 1991
390 750-2, AMCD 750 Herb Alpert Jump Street ‎(CD, Maxi) A&M Records, A&M Records 390 750-2, AMCD 750 UK 1991
7502 7542 2 Herb Alpert Featuring Yvonne De La Vega Herb Alpert Featuring Yvonne De La Vega - Jump Street ‎(CD, Single, Promo) A&M Records 7502 7542 2 US 1991
75021 1554 4 Herb Alpert Featuring Yvonne De La Vega Herb Alpert Featuring Yvonne De La Vega - Jump Street ‎(Cass, Single) A&M Records 75021 1554 4 US 1991


Reviews:
  • Use_Death
In this era, every time Herb Alpert put out an album, it was a "comeback". Here he is once again dabbling in dance music and calling it a new experiment.The result this go-around, combining hip-hop with muted trumpet, is comparable to the sounds coming from the London acid jazz scene—yet inexplicably almost entirely devoid of funk, despite the inclusion of Yvonne De La Vega's slam poetry and the remix work by Streets Ahead.The end result is quite vacuous and square, and would have been much better suited to an off-Broadway "street scene" type of stage show than as a commercial release for dance music DJs. On the other hand, this probably sold more copies than most acid jazz records, so what do I know?