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Sunset Harbor

Label: Concord Music Group
Released: 1999
Track listing: Strollin

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Ed Calle: Sunset Harbor

Read "Sunset Harbor" reviewed by John Sharpe

Lovers of Kenny G. and smooth jazz may find Sunset Harbor to be a nice place to visit--I did not. Although tenor saxophonist Ed Calle has worked with some recognizable talents over the years, Gloria Estefan, Bob James, Julio Iglesias, etc., I find nothing distinctive or original in his playing or his compositions. This is standard ...

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Ed Calle: Sunset Harbor

Read "Sunset Harbor" reviewed by Jim Santella

Smooth jazz is comprised of blended sounds, hummable melodies, fluid embellishment, and a steady comfortable one-two-three-four beat. In the same way that the music fades in and out to create 3- to 4-minute excerpts, the listener’s attention tends to come and go. Thus, smooth jazz finds a home wherever and whenever folks want relaxing background music ...

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Ed Calle: Sunset Harbor

Read "Sunset Harbor" reviewed by Jack Bowers

More smooth Jazz, albeit with a more discernible pulse than some we’ve heard. Although axophonist Ed Calle, who was born in Venezuela, blends Latin rhythms to spice his music, it has been no less carefully sanitized for your protection. In other words, it remains closely related to Kenny G, in spite of Calle’s impressive credentials and ...


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