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Atlanta area artists J-Mood are a superb group of classic jazz players specializing in styles of the 40s, 50s and 60s. The core band consists of keyboard wizard and producer John Carrozza, seasoned bassist Joe Reda, veteran percussionist Josh Crosby and vocal siren Jennifer Carrozza. John Carrozza relocated to Atlanta from Florida in 1992 to work as a musician, producer and arranger for Twelve Oaks Studios. He has released a solo album called "Defining Moment", recorded a feature piano part on Boyz II Men's platinum album, "Evolution" and has been a featured soloist with Grammy winning guitar phenom Earl Klugh

No Small Thing

Label: Blue Canoe Records
Released: 2014


"No Small Thing" Is A Big Deal

"No Small Thing" Is A Big Deal

Blue Canoe Records latest release from J-Mood slashes across genres from pop to rock to heartwarming contemporary jazz and deliver rich, mood lifting melody to every listener. No Small Thing is the second release on Blue Canoe Records and is a captivating compilation of covers and intelligent, home-grown numbers that expose the brilliance of the Carrozza ...

A Midnight Clear

Label: Blue Canoe Records
Released: 2008


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