Music Vol. 1 Herb Alpert

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  • 1Flamingo03:21
  • 2Unforgettable03:05
  • 3Michelle03:52
  • 4C'est Si Bon03:08
  • 5I'm Yours03:05
  • 6Cheek To Cheek03:18
  • 7Just A Gigolo02:40
  • 8Witchcraft04:01
  • 9Sugarfoot03:21
  • 10Strike Up The Band02:55
  • 11You Stepped Out Of A Dream03:34
  • 12Imagine02:16
  • Total Runtime38:36

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Joyful, romantic sounds that stir the soul: that’s the overarching theme of Herb Alpert’s ‘Music Vol. 1,’ the trumpeter and composers’ new work out July 28 (via Herb Alpert Presents). Alpert’s passion for timeless melodies takes the listener on a voyage that spans genres and generations with surprising twists and turns. Always exploring and bursting with creativity, he teamed with GRAMMY-winning producer Jochem van der Saag (whose credits include Andrea Bocelli and Destiny’s Child) for the first time, crafting ‘Music Vol. 1’ at van der Saag’s home studio over the past year.

‘Music Vol. 1’ arrives with a brand new song written by Alpert, the infectiously funky “Sugarfoot.” The euphoric album unfurls with tasteful twists on iconic songs, such as turntable scratches and electronic flourishes on “Unforgettable” and “Cheek to Cheek.” The inclusion of both "Michelle" and "Imagine" point to the near-endless inspiration that Alpert draws from the music of John Lennon and The Beatles. In his hands, “Michelle” starts with lush strings and effortlessly shifts into a swinging, Parisian-inspired jazz motif. Alpert’s lifelong love of Django Reinhardt led him to the classic "C'est Si Bon” and further takes the listener on a trip straight to France, the smell of tulips in the air, lovers walking hand in hand. Herb also puts a fresh, breezy spin on “Flamingo,” a song he first recorded for 1966’s chart-topper ‘SRO.’

‘Music Vol. 1’ finds Herb Alpert as you’ve never heard him before, and arrives at a busy time. Last year’s ‘Human Nature’ LP earned him yet another GRAMMY nomination. He also won a GRAMMY for Best Pop Instrumental Album in 2014 for ‘Steppin’ Out.’

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