George Benson & Earl Klugh

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  • smooth jazz
  • jazz
  • fusion
  • contemporary jazz
  • jazz guitar
Review for 'Collaboration'(1987): George Benson rebels against the machine and comes out with an all-instrumental album, his first in 11 years and also his first full teaming with onetime protégé, acoustic guitarist Earl Klugh. Klugh sounds much more mature and forthcoming here than he did as a teenager in Benson's CTI days. Yet Benson still blows him away with his effortless swing, endless invention (within the constraints of the carefully controlled arrangements, however) and totally assured placement of the notes.

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Songs

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    Better, Stop, Look and Listen

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    Brazilian Stomp

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    Collaboration

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    Done Gone

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    Dreamin'

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    Jamaica

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    Love Theme From "Romeo & Juliet"

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    Mimosa

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    Mt. Airy Road

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    Since You're Gone


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