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Rick Braun / Richard Elliot: RnR

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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 ...

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Marc Antoine: Hi - Lo Split

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Marc Antoine, who hails from Paris, France, has been playing the guitar since the age of eleven, when he began studying classical music. By seventeen, his interests spread to include jazz, rock and pop. Hi- Lo Split may sound a little “Las Vegas, but rest assured there is no glitz or glam to be found.

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Blake Aaron: Desire

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Smooth jazz guitarist Blake Aaron is back with his third CD, Desire, and for anyone familiar with his music it was well worth the wait. This collection of mostly original music captivates the senses from the first note and never lets go, as Aaron's love for jazz is apparent in everything he does. Aaron, ...

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Marcus H Mitchell: R&R

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The title of young saxophonist Marcus H. Mitchell's R&R may say rest and relaxation, but it's an attention-getting mix of smooth jazz, soft vocals and urban funk. Innovative and current, it's soulful and ageless as well. The 23 year-old Mitchell plays like a seasoned veteran who has been on the jazz scene for ...


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