Urban Knights

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Urban Knights
Genres
Years active1995–2005
LabelsGRP, Narada
Associated actsRamsey Lewis, Maurice White

The Urban Knights are an all-star jazz fusion band.[1]

Overview[edit]

The Urban Knight's debut album, Urban Knights I, was released in 1995 by GRP Records.[2] Produced by Maurice White, the album features musicians such as Grover Washington, Jr., Omar Hakim, Freddie Hubbard and The Emotions. The album reached the top five on the Billboard Jazz Albums chart.[3]

The jazz group's follow up LP, Urban Knights II was released in 1997 by GRP. Once again produced by Maurice White, the album features saxophonists Gerald Albright and Najee as well as guitarists Jonathan Butler, Verdine White and Morris Pleasure.[4]

During 2000, the group's third studio album, Urban Knights III, was issued on Narada Records. Artists such as Dave Koz, Earl Klugh, and Fareed Haque played upon the LP.[5]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Urban Knights". Allmusic.com.
  2. ^ "Urban Knights I". Allmusic.com.
  3. ^ "Urban Knights 1 (Jazz Albums)". Billboard.com.
  4. ^ "Urban Knights II". Allmusic.com.
  5. ^ "Urban Knights III". allmusic.com.