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Second Thoughts by Albert Calvo

Vintage smooth jazz with a kick. Albert Calvo brings to mind the early days of smooth jazz playing guitar much like Earl Klugh, Emily Remler and Lee Ritenour. The opening song, "Late Last Nite" starts the CD off with a jump and it never stops. "Second Thoughts" is a Latin inspired song and Tombeau (Song for Burg)is a slow romantic number with the addition of the pedal steel. You'll swoon romantically on "Same Day Samba" or jump up and dance on "Keep Smiling" or take a visit to the Grand Ole Opry on "Tee Hee." Whatever your mood, "Second Thoughts" has something for everyone!

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Albert Calvo
  • CD Title: Second Thoughts
  • Genre: Smooth Jazz
  • Year Released: 2003
  • Record Label: Vintage Music
  • Musicians: Albert Calvo, guitar, Noel Elmowy, keyboards, Christopher Soulos, bass, Land Richards, drums, Andrew Oh, sax, Keren Minshull and Tansy Mayhew, vocals plus other musicians.
  • Rating: Five Stars
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