After the album’s commercial success, the trio continued the studio project with their next release, Force of Nature in 1995. This album garnered an even bigger success than their debut spawning the popular single Here Comes the Night featuring guest guitarist Peter White.
After a two year break, 3rd Force released their 3rd album Vital Force in 1997. The album gained 3rd Force’s second hit single You Gotta Be Real once again featuring guest guitarist Peter White. The 4th album, called Force Field, was released in 1999 resulting in another of the band’s singles Revelation of the Heart, with guest saxophonist Paul Taylor. In 2000 Higher Octave released a best-of compilation of 3rd Force, entitled Collective Force, which featured the band’s best hits in both radio and fan favorites,along with two new songs, Dance With Me and Sweet Surrender.
2002 saw the release of their 5th studio album, Gentle Force, which showcased a mellower jazz sound than the band’s usual output. Three years later,3rd Force released their latest album to date, Driving Force in 2005. Their latest release showcases a completely opposite style than the previous Gentle Force album which was almost lounge-style mellow jazz in sound. Driving Force, however, features a funky lively jazz mix never before heard in 3rd Force’s music. The most popular singles from their latest release are Believe In Me, featuring the trumpeter Greg Adams and keyboardist Jeff Lorber, and You Got It, featuring French guitarist Marc Antoine.
Notable Guest Musicians :
Throughout the course of their career, 3rd Force has performed with numerous guest musicians including guitarists Peter White, Marc Antoine, Acoustic Alchemy, Brian Hughes, Craig Chaquico, Earl Klugh, Shahin Shahida of Shahin and Sepehr, and saxophonists Paul Taylor, Tom Scott, Dave Koz, Eric Marienthal, Jimmy Sommers, Eric Darius, and Euge Groove.
3rd Force (1994)
Force of Nature (1995)
Vital Force (1997)
Force Field (1999)
Collective Force: The Very Best of 3rd Force (2000)
Gentle Force (2002)
Driving Force (2005)
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