Phoenix, Arizona--July 10, 2006--Trumpeter, pianist, vocalist, and writer Juan Oskar released Christmas Is For Grownups Too around Thanksgiving in 2005. The weather was a bit different than it is right now but you can actually celebrate Christmas in July if you listen to the eclectic recording by Oskar. People say it every year around the holidays, why can’t we live in peace and joy just like Christmas time all year round? With the music of Juan Oskar it is not hard to do.
Oskar’s Influences include Pizzazz & Latino Los Lobos, Selena, John Williams, Tito Puente, Santana, Herb Alpert, Cubanismo, Maynard Ferguson, Julius Wechter, and Leroy Anderson. With this wide range of influences it is no wonder his music is so tasteful and varied.
While Oskar’s music is broad in scope and many of the songs are a combination of holiday, rock, and jazz, a listener needs to be on their toes to catch all of the nuances and subtleties in the music of each track. This is the reason the album is so enjoyable to listen to repeatedly, and it does a nice job of getting you in the spirit of the moment. If you enjoy a lot of variety with a little holiday spice added in to put a twinkle in your eye, Christmas Is For Grownups Too is your ticket to paradise. Twenty-four tracks is a lot of music and there is enough diversity on the recording to please any music lover’s taste.
If you are looking for good music and want to do some early Christmas shopping for stocking stuffers, Christmas Is For Grownups Too may be the best way to get started.
Juan Oskar Recordings
Glendale, AZ 85301
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