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  • Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews' third Verve album, Say That to Say This, might be the one he should have cut first. Backatown and For True -- both produced by Galactic's Ben Ellman -- were as steeped in rock and hip-hop as they were jazz and funk; they were actually very experimental records yet both charted and were well-received internationally/5(19).
  • We gotta get outta this place Meet me 'round the way So we can break through all this grey Make a b-line for the exit sign We gotta get outta this place You and I You and I Will no longer be denied Pick me up if I should fall cause they could never stop us now You and I You and I Let this be a battle cry.
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  • Troy Andrews, better known as Trombone Shorty, consolidates all his New Orleans musical influences on this album, co-produced by Raphael Saadiq of multiplatinum R&B group Tony! Toni! Toné! Say That To Say This marks the next step in Shorty's musical evolution, combining jazz, pop and rock elements with R&B, soul and funk. As a former member of.
  • CD Album Skladby: 1. -- Say That To Say This 2. -- You And I (Outta This Place) 3. -- Get The Picture 4. -- Vieux Carre 5. -- Be My Lady 6. -- Long Weekend 7. -- Fire And Brimstone 8. -- Sunrise 9. -- Dream On -- Shortyville.
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  • Jan 01,  · Say That to Say This is an album by Troy 'Trombone Shorty' Andrews. It was his third album for Verve Records, and was co-produced by Raphael Saadiq. The AllMusic reviewer concluded: "with all of its confidence, production polish, and sophistication, this is the album that should break Trombone Shorty to a much wider, more diverse audience."/5().