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Emily J Andros

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Hi I’m Emily – I’ve loved Jazz for forever….and totally appreciate it if you want to listen to me or some of my favorite music. I was raised on Jazz - my father used to blast big band jazz throughout the house while I was growing up and he exposed me to so many of the greats. We had Count Basie and his Orchestra play at our house in Lincoln Nebraska - my parents had a party with Sergio Mendez and Brazil 66 (yes '66!!!).....but I've seen so many of the "greats" play - Oscar Peterson, Duke Ellington, Stan Kenton & June Christy!!!, Manard Ferguson, Monte Alexander, Lionel Hampton, Arturo San Doval.....George Benson & Al Jerreau to name a couple more modern players

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Maria Emrik

Hello jazz lover! My name is Maria Emrik and I welcome you to my little jazz universe :) I express my love for jazz music by singing and writing as much as I possibly can. I hope you can feel the love in my songs and lyrics. Music is passion, joy and happy work for me! Love, Maria

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Various artists: Smooth Jazz for a Rainy Day

Read "Smooth Jazz for a Rainy Day" reviewed by Robert Spencer


Smooth Jazz for a Rainy Day promises exactly what it delivers, and delivers exactly what it promises: shimmering smooth music, not a hair out of place, well-executed and solidly danceable. This Instinct collection kicks off with Joe Fuentes' “Slow Brew," on which his reflective, musing guitar easing out over an elegant funk beat; it's a smooth ...


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