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Download links and information about Ride by Boney James. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Crossover Jazz, Rock, Smooth Jazz genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 48:39 minutes.

Artist: Boney James
Release date: 2001
Genre: Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Crossover Jazz, Rock, Smooth Jazz
Tracks: 11
Duration: 48:39
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No. Title Length
1. Heaven (feat. Trina Broussard) (featuring Trina Broussard) 4:04
2. Grand Central 4:57
3. Rpm 4:48
4. Something Inside (feat. Dave Hollister) (featuring Dave Hollister) 3:53
5. So Beautiful 4:21
6. See What I'm Sayin'? 4:33
7. All About You 4:05
8. Ride (feat. Jaheim) (featuring Jaheim) 4:33
9. As You Are 4:30
10. This Is the Life 4:59
11. Boneyard (Hidden Track) 3:56



The masterful fusion of street funk, sensual R&B, and contemporary jazz that Boney James accomplishes on Ride continues to make him a favorite with listeners around the world. The multi-talented saxophonist, keyboardist, producer, and composer wrote or co-wrote nine of the songs for this ten-song program and features such stellar guest talent as Marcus Miller, R&B singer Jaheim on the title track, Dave Hollister's gospel-flavored street style heard on "Something Inside," and Trina Broussard's crystal-clear vocals on the opening track, "Heaven." Boney James recorded two of the songs live in the studio, seasons "This Is the Life" with a tropical flavoring complete with steel pans, and downright floors listeners on the groove-oriented "See What I'm Sayin'," with Marcus Miller's funky basslines doing the walking while Boney James' saxophone does the talking. Ride is more intense and funkier than James' duet collaboration with trumpeter Rick Braun on Shake It Up, but doesn't stray far from his ability to do just that. It's definitely a smooth ride and one listeners will enjoy.