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HeadBoppin

Label: Artizen Music Group
Released: 2007
Track listing: Look What

RnR

Label: Artizen Music Group
Released: 2007
Track listing: R n R; Sweet Somethin'; Curve Ball; The Stranger; Da JR Funk; Que Paso; Better Times; Down And Dirty; Two Heart Tango; Q It Up; Sunday Night; Sao Paulo.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Rick Braun / Richard Elliot: RnR

Read "RnR" reviewed by Susan Lozinak

What happens when you take two powerhouse smooth jazz artists and put them together on one album? You not only get a double dose of hot funk and cool vibes, but also steamy Latin rhythms oozing with sex appeal, making its many textures a delight to the all the senses. On RnR, trumpeter Rick Braun and ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Shilts: HeadBoppin

Read "HeadBoppin" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

Many may know Paul “Shilts Weimar by his fronting the British urban jazz funk group Down to the Bone. His solo release, HeadBoppin, is another side to this sax specialist from London. A musician since his early teens, Shilts has toured all over the world, backing such jazz artists as Nancy Wilson, George ...

Metro Blue

Label: Artizen Music Group
Released: 2006
Track listing: Inside Out; Camella; Coastline; People Make the World Go Round; Say It

HeadBoppin

Label: Artizen Music Group
Released: 2006
Track listing: Look What's Happened; Break the Mold; I Knew You'd Like This; Good Evans; Got Love; HeadBoppin'; Say Something; Tuesday Heartbreak; Two Pesos for Bud; Mrs. Magic

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Paul : HeadBoppin

Read "HeadBoppin" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Paul “Shilts Weimar is usually found blowing alto and tenor sax for UK's contemporary jazz masters Down to the Bone; he was also a member of the UK's acid-jazz/neo-soul collective The Brand New Heavies. HeadBoppin', a collection of nine new originals plus a romp through Stevie Wonder's little-known “Tuesday Heartbreak, is Weimar's debut for a new ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Richard Elliott: Metro Blue

Read "Metro Blue" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

Richard Elliott, 45, was born in Scotland and moved to Los Angeles with his family when he was a child. In his early career, he toured with Natalie Cole and the Pointer Sisters. He spent time with a fusion band, Kittyhawk, followed by recording sessions with Smokey Robinson, the Four Tops, and the Temptations. After spending ...


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