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Import only collection. Blue Note celebrates the Motor City experience with a collection of 12 classic songs interpreted by the jazz label's artists. There's a sweet version of 'I'll Be There' with nice interplay between saxophonist Dave Koz and guitarist Jon Herington and Dianne Reeves' lends her vocasl on 'Tracks of My Tears'. Other highlights include 'Inner City Blues' with Everette Harp and Kirk Whalum on saxes, with Najee on a tensile flute solo over Greg Phillinganes' soulful organ. Charlie Hunter's take on 'You Keep Me Hangin' On' and Stanley Turrentine puts his spin on Stevie Wonder's 'Sir Duke', Blue Note Salutes Motown will leave you with only one question: May we have a volume two? EMI. 2005.

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1) I'll Be There - Dave Koz
2) Tracks of My Tears - Dianne Reeves
3) Ain't Nothin' Like the Real Thing - Richard Elliot
4) Bird of Beauty - Eliane Elias
5) What's Goin' on - Ray Baretto
6) I Heard It Through the Grapevine - Earl Klugh
7) You ; I - Stanley Turrentine
8) You Keep Me Hangin' on - Charlie Hunter
9) Ain't That Peculiar - John Patton
10) Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler) - Everette Harp
11) Smiling Faces Sometimes - Bobbi Humphrey
12) Sir Duke - Stanley Turrentine

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