The Antidote (Ronny Jordan album)

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The Antidote
The Antidote (Ronny Jordan album) coverart.jpg
Studio album by Ronny Jordan
Released 1992
Genre Acid jazz, soul jazz, smooth jazz
Length 48:53
Label Island
4th & Broadway
Producer Ronny Jordan, Longsy D
Ronny Jordan chronology
The Antidote
(1992)
The Quiet Revolution
(1993)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

The Antidote is the debut album by English jazz guitarist Ronny Jordan, that was released by Island Records in 1992.

Reception[edit]

Allmusic awarded the album with 4.5 stars.[2] The album followed the release of the Miles Davis composition So What as a single, which was popularised by London DJs and went on to become a classic of the 1990s acid jazz genre. A second single, the smooth jazz-flavoured After Hours, became the first of many to reach the US R&B charts.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Music Length
1. "Get to Grips" Grant, Jordan 5:58
2. "Blues Grinder" Jordan 5:26
3. "After Hours (The Antidote)" Jordan 5:50
4. "See the New" Grant, Jordan 3:40
5. "So What" Miles Davis 5:08
6. "Show Me (Your Love)" Jordan 5:34
7. "Nite Spice" Creed, Jordan, Rico 4:50
8. "Summer Smile" Jordan 5:44
9. "Cool and Funky" Jordan 4:57

Personnel[edit]

Charts[edit]

Year Single Chart positions[3]
US R&B
1992 "After Hours" 51

References[edit]