Prybylski Releases Window Shopping and Signs with Innervision Records
" one of the most refreshing, stylish and urban new CDs we’ve heard this year." SmoothJazz.com
Award-winning saxophonist Jack Prybylski (purr-bill-ski) has just announced signing on with Innervision Records for the 2006 release of Window Shopping. Prybylski will be "going for adds" on October 16, 2006 with his first single, "Bright Spot," which features Ken Navarro.
Teaming up with Innervision Records provided Prybylski an aggressive and fresh approach to the release of his sophomore, solo CD.
"I wanted a label that was energetic about the success of Window Shopping. Innervision is committed to finding new ideas to get Window Shopping in the hands of fans and are comfortable working outside the box," said Prybylski. "I think it is important that a label be an equal partner in the process, but also be willing to reach beyond the norm to make it happen."
A talent-packed testament to some of the finest work in contemporary music, Window Shopping is produced by renowned player/producer Ken Navarro. Hot compositions include "I Need You," "Santa Faustina" and "Window Shopping." Prybylski gives inspired treatment to Stevie Wonder's "I Wish" and "Space Lion" from the Japanese anime series "Cowboy Bebop." Also featured are "Bright Spot," which is written by Navarro and feature his guitar work. The vocal track, "Don't Say No," is written by Grammy-nominated composer Travis Milner (Will Downing, Gerald Levertt).
"Jacks instantly appealing music and strong sound make Window Shopping one of the best independent releases this year." Smooth Jazz News
To learn more about Jack Prybylski and Window Shopping, logon to www.jackprybylski.com.
More About Innervision Records:
Innervision is a new and innovative record label with a special focus on operating within the ever-changing music industry and revolutionizing the way the artist-label relationship works. Specializing in jazz, smooth jazz, chill, neo-soul and world music, Innervision is dedicated to infusing fresh, new styles of music. A passion for challenging the quality of what is played on radio, satellite and the internet, coupled with Innervision’s rejection of the music industry’s corporate model; Innervision plans to set new standards for the future of the industry to come.