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Label: Mystica Music
Released: 2015

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Label: https://ctraltu.bandcamp.com/album/liberta
Released: 2013

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Label: Unknown label
Released: 2013

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Label: Trippin n Rhythm Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Roadtrip; The Serenade; Playtime; Lower East Side; Shotgun; Like Old Times; Movin' On; Come On Over; A Simpler Time

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Michael Lington: Pure

Read "Pure" reviewed by Jeff Winbush


Here is a disclaimer: Michael Lington plays alto and tenor saxophone, and the saxophone is the dominant instrument of the smooth jazz genre, every bit as much the electric guitar is the dominant instrument of rock 'n' roll. This means Lington is trying to stand out in an extremely crowded field.So what is it ...

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Pure

Label: Canyon International
Released: 2006

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Label: Warner Bros.
Released: 2004
Track listing: Pure; Better With Time; 2:01 AM; Stone Groove (with Joe Sample); Appreciate (with Debi Nova); Here She Comes; Break of Dawn (with Dwele); It's On; Thinkin' About Me; You Don't Have to Go Home

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Boney James: Pure

Read "Pure" reviewed by Brian Soergel


Saxophonist Boney James is one of the few smooth jazz artists who is able to cross over into the R&B genre, which is one reason why his latest CD, the follow-up to 2001's Ride, entered the Billboard Top 200 charts at No. 66. He's able to do this party because he picks either established artists or ...

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Pure

Label: Knitting Factory Records
Released: 2000

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Label: Areito
Released: 1992


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