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Denai Burbank

Denai Burbank

This smooth CD comes across like George Benson, Earl Klugh or the like, but not an imitation. The arrangement in "Talk To Me" would make a great background track for som…
On "Go Dissaway," the first thing to stand out was Greg Beck’s hard-kickin’ drums setting the pace for Jones and company to jam fiercely. While it’s certainly a new-groove,…
This CD inspires dancing and thinking just like those instrumentals in the early 70’s. Groups like Donald Byrd’s Blackbyrds (at different phases), The New Birth, and Earth …
The Ghetto, of course, is the classic Donny Hathaway piece; it’s quite a tribute. However, Benson of course, adds his own touch with trademark scat vocals. It’s a much shor…
An emotional, beautiful and for the most part, festive set of music by this French-Arabic group of brothers. I had the distinct feeling of being in a village or an old s…
Is this really San Francisco or Miami? Hats off to the West this time! This Bay Area native shows that it?s really Wayne?s World."Ibanyale" (Entrance) is an introduction…
Monheit has a sensuality that?s top-notch for female jazz vocalists. The first track ?Please Be Kind,? is a spirited plea for the lover to be gentle to the heart. She expre…
Mario Pavone and Michael Musillami’s association has been lengthy, both together and apart with several different groups. Perhaps you will hear the kindred spirits express …
Paul Taylor's collection of mood music is quite sensual. It's filled with romance and serenity as well as some upbeat tracks to round it out. You'll find that Taylor is …
On "Go Dissaway," the first thing to stand out was Greg Beck’s hard-kickin’ drums setting the pace for Jones and company to jam fiercely. While it’s certainly a new-groove,…
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