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The standard edition has no featured artists, and the deluxe edition features remixed tracks, with guest appearances from Chromatics and Lil Uzi Vert, along with additional production from The Blaze, Johnny Jewel, and OPN. The artwork and aesthetic for the album's promotional material has been described as psychedelic and being inspired by various films, such as: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Joker, Casino, and Uncut Gems, with the last film having a cameo appearance by The Weeknd himself.
One promotional single has been released as well, the album's title track. After Hours received widespread acclaim from critics. Uk Drill Settings. Distance - EP. Versace on the Floor. Britney Holmes. Coffee Shop Hits Seven Days. The record was supported by the promotional singles: "Her Way" and "Recognize" featuring Drake, which were respectively released on June 13 and July 15, The EP is available for purchase on iTunes.
The Montreux Jazz Festival has made this exquisite resort town tucked into a corner of Lake Geneva, towered over by the hulking Alps a household name in jazz households. But by the 20th century's end, the festival had grown and changed almost beyond recognition; indeed, what one knowledgeable local observer calls the "Time Warnerization" of Montreux is quite evident here in this two-CD "document" of the Festival.
Some things do ignite, but there is also a lot of over-polished, under-powered music here, for some of the musicians evidently couldn't shake off their Stateside shackles.
One tune that does get very hot is the minute jam "Always There," with a crowded front line of Rick Braun , Kenny Garrett , Boney James , and Kirk Whalum clearly lit up by Larry Carlton 's sharp rhythm guitar and George Duke 's funky-butt clavinet comping.
Garrett 's smokin' rhythm section rouses his badder self on "Wayne's Thang"; and in a salute to his famous Montreux gig with Miles Davis , Garrett quotes Miles 's "Jean Pierre" on the way out. There are some flickers of welcome against-type programming as Fourplay does a nice job with another bit of Miles "Four" and Kevin Mahogany gets an exciting, growling thing going in "Yesterday I Have the Blues.
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