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  1. Al Jarreau - This Time - jiuringtyczpenworlden.anourgrebenciopatenniepeachphacarde.co Music if not the best that Jarreau has ever done. I had in cassette form and it started to sound warped, so was I ever glad when I was able, through Amazon, to purchase it in CD format. Every last one of the selections on this album is great. This Album is great, and the custom tube pre-amp dyno /5().
  2. This was the first album that officially introduced me to the man and artist, Al Jarreau, way back when I was in the military. I have loved it ever since I first heard it and I consider it one of the best, if not the best that Jarreau has ever done/5().
  3. Al Jarreau is one of my favorite male vocalist and this classic piece of work is nothing short of amazing! I would have given it five stars if there were more upbeat melodies but some of the best tunes are the mellow ones i.e. 'Give Me What You Got' and 'Your Sweet Love'. My favorite song is 'Love Is Real'/5().
  4. I am probably younger than most listeners of Al Jarreau, but thanks to my mom I grew up on a lot of his music especially between Breakin' Away - Heaven and Earth. I just recently came across this masterpiece over the last year and I love it! This is definitely a precursor to his Breakin' Away album because it is so similiar/5().
  5. Arranged By [Rhythm] – Al Jarreau, Jay Graydon, Tom Canning Backing Vocals – Al Jarreau Bass – Abe Laboriel* Drums – Carlos Vega Electric Guitar, Programmed By [Synthesizer] – Jay Graydon Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Tom Canning Flugelhorn – Jerry Hey Piano – David Foster Synthesizer [String] – Michael Omartian Written-By /5(35).
  6. Al Jarreau finally found success in the U.S. after 's We Got jiuringtyczpenworlden.anourgrebenciopatenniepeachphacarde.co later albums that followed,like 's live Look to the Rainbow and 's All Fly Home found him attaining the all-important cult status and accolades from the jazz community. Those facts made his switch to pop/R&B on This Time even more surprising. For This Time, Jarreau is paired with producer Jay Graydon.
  7. Arranged By [Rhythm] – Al Jarreau, Jay Graydon Bass – Abe Laboriel* Drums, Percussion – Ralph Humphrey Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Tom Canning Synthesizer [String] – Greg Mathieson Vocals [Percussion] – Al Jarreau Written-By – Al Jarreau: 5 (If I Could Only) Change Your Mind/5(25).
  8. This Time is the fourth studio album by Jazz vocalist Al Jarreau, released in on Warner Bros. Records. The release marked a change in Jarreau's sound to a more R&B-oriented flavor. As a result, the album achieved more success on the mainstream charts than .

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