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Smooth sounds a late night drive home. I can hear this tune before I turn it on. It just stays with you while in the evening hours.…
As i normally do, often late night surfing the web for new information about various jazz artist, i found this site and entered into a contest at www.marcusjohnson.net. i n…
This compilation from Native Language Records could easily serve as a primer for smooth jazz. Performances from a slew of artists including Steve Oliver, Marc Antoine, 3rd …
This month's second sophomore release comes from saxman Steve Cole, who follows the smash success of "Stay Awhile" with this new collaboration with Brian Culbertson. Very u…
Marion's second release for Heads Up embraces one of his favorite forms of music (the Latin rhythms of his youth in New York City), and combines it with the legendary power…
Virginia Mayhew has a tenor saxophone sound so big that it had me wondering if she was born in Texas. But there’s a New York sophistication to that Texas Tenor demeanor, th…
I've always liked music that takes me on an adventure without getting me lost in the woods. "The Blues in Me" is like that, featuring original music based firmly in thejazz…
I stumbled upon this CD while browsing at Amazon.com. I bought it because of the old standards on it -- "My Funny Valentine", "They Can't Take That Away" and "Black Coffee"…
All Brad Mehldau fans will be surpised once again- he blew us away with The ARt of the Trio, kicked ass solo, and just when you think you know what he's up to he comes up w…
As a jazzfan, many of us have different opinions and beliefs that shape our collections, and our listening ears. In my case, 1 believe: 1. Gerald Albright is an exce…