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Workin’ It

5.00 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

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by Eric Bolvin

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Description

Eric’s best-selling cd featuring Jeff Lorber, Dennis Chambers, Chris Cain, Nelson Braxton and more!

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1) Workin’ It
2) Rocket Love
3) Time Bomb
4) Belita
5) Suburban Bourbon
6) Maxine
7) Waimea Canyon
8) I Wondered What I Did Wrong
9) Panama Red
10) It Ain’t No Use
11) Corvair Crusader
12) onterey Morning
13) One For Mike
14) Soulful Slumber

6 reviews for Workin’ It

  1. 5 out of 5

    Three years ago I discovered the music of trumpeter Eric Bolvin through his album ‘The Night, The Rain and You’. I reviewed it for keysandchords.com. I wrote then that he handled a mixture of styles and technique, and came up with nice smooth jazz, also interesting to jazz purists. Well, now he’s back with his new release, and again it’s a genre defying album. As an independent musician he combines smooth jazz with daring escapades on “Workin’ It”.

    Patrick Van de Wiele (Smooth Jazz Europe)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ultra-funky….soothing……blues-drenched…

    Bill Milkowski (Jazz Times)

  3. 5 out of 5

    I’m really enjoying listening to S.F. Bay Area trumpet guy Eric Bolvin’s brand new release, WORKIN’ IT! First off, it’s fresh and inventive; with an excellent selection of tunes…

    Sandy Shore (SmoothJazz.com)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Eric Bolvin pulled in some ringers for his latest recording. Keyboardist Jeff Lorber, guitarist Chris Cain and drummer Dennis Chambers all lend muscle to the San Francisco Bay Area trumpeter’s “Workin It”.

    Jonathan Widran (Jazziz Magazine Jazz Editor, Wine and Jazz Magazine)

  5. 5 out of 5

    The smooth jazz trumpet idiom has been the stronghold of Ric Braun, Greg Adams, Chris Botti and, in its earliest iterations, Miles Davis and Herb Alpert. With Workin’ It, Bolvin shows he has the goods to stand with those commercially better-known players. He plays with sensitivity, confident control, dead-on intonation and a savvy sense of pulse. Bolvin also shows an exceptional compositional and production talent; 11 tunes here are Bolvin originals. Sometimes, smooth jazz trumpet offerings are formulaic and as bland as vanilla. Not so here. Bolvin’s selections never bore, or have one hoping for the next cut to be different.

    Nick Mondello (All About Jazz)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Just bought Workin it on itunes and am really enjoying it.

    It is very funky and smooth with a great great mix of styles. Erics playing is a joy to listen to with a great sound and intonation that never misses.

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