Category: Smooth Jazz

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Bob James – One

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Bob James - One Jazz/Funk. 1974. 'One of the earliest entries in the smooth jazz genre, featuring players Gene McDaniels, Grover Washington, Steve Gadd, Idris Muhammed, and a deep horn section, perhaps most noteable ...

Stan Getz – Voyage

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      Scott Yanow: 'Tenor saxophonist Stan Getz found a perfect accompanist in pianist Kenny Barron, who would regularly play in his group for his last five years. This out-of-print Black Hawk LP finds the pair, along...

Jazz Lounge – Smooth Jazz & Piano Bar

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Jazz Lounge : Smooth Jazz & Piano Bar to relax. JazzAndBluesExperience - (Re)Discover the Jazz and Blues greatest hits - JazznBluesExperience is your channel for all the best jazz and blues music. Find your favor...

Ronny Jordan – A Brighter Day

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Ronny Jordan - A Brighter Day AMG Review: As the reality of Y2K took hold, no doubt many artists went with forward-thinking album titles for their first efforts of the new millennium. But guitarist Ronny Jordan wasn'...

Michael Franks – Sleeping Gypsy

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Michael Franks - Sleeping Gypsy Sleeping Gypsy is a jazz vocal album by Michael Franks, released in 1977 with Warner Bros. Records. It was Franks' third studio album after The Art of Tea and prior to Burchfield Nines...

Michael Franks – Watching The Snow

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Michael Franks - Watching The Snow AMG Review: To call Michael Franks schmaltzy is like calling Santa Claus jolly, but what sets him apart from his contemporaries is his ability to deliver each clever yet wince-induc...

Michael Franks – The Art Of Tea

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Michael Franks - The Art Of Tea AMG Review: After his debut on the tiny Brut Records (a short-lived record label of the famous cologne company), Michael Franks established both his unique sound and a recording proces...

Joe Sample – Spellbound

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Joe Sample - Spellbound One of the many jazzmen who started out playing hard bop but went electric during the fusion era, Joe Sample was, in the late '50s, a founding member of the Jazz Crusaders along with trombonis...

Breezin’ – George Benson

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George Benson - Breezin'       Breezin' is an album by jazz/soul guitarist George Benson. It is his debut on Warner Bros. Records. The album marked the beginning of Benson's most successful period commercially. Bre...