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  1. Jazz album: “Music for the Upright Walking” by Gregg Inhofer, released in on Vision Records. Explore the largest collection of jazz recordings @ All About Jazz.
  2. Gregg Inhofer is an American singer-songwriter, pianist, and vocalist. His music combines a wide variety of influences, including rock, blues, and jazz. He has played a significant role in the Minneapolis music scene throughout his career and is a member of the Minnesota Rock and Country Music .
  3. Gregg Inhofer: "Music for the Upright Walking" () Ever since the live album simply titled, "Inside" -- one man, one piano, one big revelation -- Gregg Inhofer's fans have been waiting for the promised full band studio follow-up. And what a band it is.
  4. Dec 15,  · Gregg also talks about his solo work and new album “Music for the Upright Walking”. His latest project showcases his talents from a man who has always been in a support role, but now shines bright as the front man, featuring a mix of rock, r&b, and pop sensibilities over a .
  5. Gregg's music is like a up-side-down version of Steely Dan: rock changes over a a jazz rhythm section. Dale Strenght, Producer, Vision Records. A dash of Dylan, a pinch of Paul Simon, and a sprinkling of jazz all blended together by an A-list cast. Love the music, I tip my hat! Todd Smith. Such a .
  6. Jazz drums legend Eric Kamau Gravatt joins Gregg Inhofer on his new album Music for the Upright Walking. Gravatt lends his signature explosive style, which had Miles Davis and Wayne Shorter fighting over whom he would play with (It ended up being Shorter, as Eric joined Weather Report).
  7. Nov 16,  · Pictures from the Album Release at the Dakota Jazz Club on October 20, Song: "Let Me Be The One" from the album "Music for the Upright Walking" by Gregg.
  8. Gregg Inhofer: Music for the Upright Walking. Gregg Inhofer is an American singer-songwriter, pianist, and vocalist. His music combines a wide variety of influences, including rock, R'n'B, and jazz. He has played a significant role in the Minneapolis music scene throughout his career and is a member of the Minnesota Rock and Country Music Hall of Fame.
  9. “Music for the Upright Walking”, Gregg’s second solo album and his first studio record, traces back to how records used to be made: no click track or electronic synthetics imitating real instruments, with a focus on musicianship and live band energy. The album features 11 original songs and a cover version of Manic Depression by Jimi Hendrix.

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