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Posted By : popsakov | Date : 25 Feb 2015 11:39:04 | Comments : 0

Konstantin Klashtorni - Love Suggestions: Piano Night (2013) + Guitar Night (2014)
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Smooth Jazz, Contemporary Instrumental | KVK Music

Keeping up the mastery of composing and production, the successful producer Konstantin Klashtorni, known for Kool&Klean, produces another great collection of R&B flavored Smooth Jazz for lovers. Don't miss this great opportunity to listen what these albums has to offer. Make yourself a pleasure to be cherished by great sounds of these albums!
Posted By : flac jacket | Date : 22 Feb 2015 18:18:16 | Comments : 1

New York Voices - Let It Snow (2013) [2014 Audio Fidelity SACD AFZ5 520]
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Jazz, Vocal, Pop | Audio Fidelity | AFZ5 520 | 52:28 minutes | Hosted On: NitroFlare & Oboom
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New York Voices is unquestionably one of the finest singing ensembles ever assembled and with Let It Snow, lend their quality vocals to the wintery season of cheer delivering a powerful performance of familiar Christmas songs sure to be regarded as a future holiday classic.
Posted By : tiburon | Date : 22 Feb 2015 18:03:17 | Comments : 0

GRP - Christmas Collection (1988) {GRP} [Repost]
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Genre: Fusion, Smooth Jazz, Christmas

Most of the notables on GRP's roster in 1988 participated in this pleasing Christmas CD. There is one selection apiece from guitarist Daryl Stuermer, Tom Scott, David Benoit, Diane Schuur, Dave Valentin, Lee Ritenour, Gary Burton, Yutaka, Chick Corea's Elektric Band ("God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen"), Szakcsi, Eddie Daniels, Mark Egan, Special EFX, Kevin Eubanks and Dave Grusin. This relaxed set will be enjoyed by fans of those artists.
Posted By : TmanHome | Date : 20 Feb 2015 13:52:08 | Comments : 0

Will Downing - The Best of Will Downing: 20th Century Masters: Millennium Collection (2006)
Rhythm & Blues, Soul, Smooth Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 62 min | 144 MB
Label: Hip-O Records | Rel: 2006

Twelve tracks just aren't enough for a definitive overview of Will Downing's long career, but his entry in the 20th Century Masters: Millennium Collection series makes for an affordable, right-sized introduction to the singer if you're wondering whether or not to explore this Luther Vandross-styled balladeer further. The song selection is well done and includes many great tracks.
Posted By : mark70 | Date : 18 Feb 2015 10:22:35 | Comments : 0

Paula Atherton - Ear Candy (2015)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 42:34 min | 101 MB
Genre: Smooth Jazz | Label: Shanachie

Both as a solo performer and as the featured keyboardist and music director of the Dave Koz Band, Brian performs in front of an incredibly large number of Smooth Jazz fans on a non stop basis. And as winner of the American Smooth Jazz Keyboardist of the Year Award, frequent guest on nationally syndicated radio shows and music director of The Smooth Jazz cruise, his visibility is tremendous.
Posted By : mark70 | Date : 18 Feb 2015 10:12:53 | Comments : 0

Paula Atherton - Ear Candy (2015)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 45:59 min | 108 MB
Genre: Smooth Jazz | Label: Kalimba Records

Kalimba Music is the recently re-launched label by Earth, Wind & Fire founder member Maurice White and, in making the decision to break into the contemporary jazz market, the first artist on its roster was rising keyboard star Greg Manning. Now it has added that New York based vocalist and powerhouse saxophonist Paula Atherton.
Posted By : tomashass | Date : 12 Feb 2015 03:49:20 | Comments : 0

Jonathan Fritzen - Fritzenized (2015)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 00:46:38 | 107 MB
Genre: Smooth Jazz | Label: Nordic Night Records

Take one of the hottest composers and keyboard players in contemporary jazz, add in featured performances from the likes of Gerald Albright, Paul Taylor and Nils Landgren, hook them up with ten wonderful new tunes and what do you have? The answer is ‘Fritzenized’, the latest album from the incredible Jonathan Fritzén. It is Fritzén’s fifth solo CD and follows the critically acclaimed ‘Magical’ from which the title cut blasted a path to #1 on every smooth jazz airplay chart on the planet.
Posted By : tiburon | Date : 09 Feb 2015 21:19:08 | Comments : 0

Acoustic Alchemy - Back On The Case (1991) {GRP}
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Genre: Smooth Jazz, Fusion

The challenge for any smooth jazz artist over time is appeasing longtime fans with certain stylistic similarities, yet searching for ways to keep things unique and distinctive with each successive album. Guitarists Nick Webb and Greg Carmichael (the principals in Acoustic Alchemy) kept the reference point of their steel and nylon string chemistry intact while always venturing the new agey jazz trappings they became accustomed to. Their fifth album features sojourns into reggae, flamenco, blues, country-rock, samba, and jazz improvisation, adding up to their most styistically diverse outing up till that time.
Posted By : TmanHome | Date : 09 Feb 2015 13:38:25 | Comments : 0

Michael Lington - Michael Lington (1997)
Smooth Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | Scans | 45 min | 104 MB
Label: Nu Groove Records | Rel: 1997

On his debut, Danish saxophonist Michael Lington shows that he’s ready to give smooth jazz biggies Dave Koz and Boney James a run for the money. Lington plays with a plush, reedy tone, with subtle R&B influences. In fact, he used to play in the bands of soul jazz stalwarts Randy Crawford and Bobby Caldwell, the latter making a guest appearance on “Tell It Like It Is.” Smooth and lighthearted, Lington proves himself a contender on the Quiet Storm front his first time out.
Posted By : popsakov | Date : 09 Feb 2015 06:35:15 | Comments : 0

U-Nam - C'est Le Funk (2014)
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Smooth Jazz, Funk | Skytown Records #STR003

New Album from Chart-Topper Jazz/Soul Artist U-Nam includes the hits "C'est Le Funk", "Something's Up" and "Smoovin'", the album has reached Top 2 Best Sellers Smooth Jazz Album on Amazon US on its 1st day of release!
Posted By : tiburon | Date : 06 Feb 2015 21:08:44 | Comments : 1

Rick Braun - All It Takes (2009) {Mack Avenue}
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Genre: Jazz-Funk, Smooth Jazz

Rick Braun has built his career as a contemporary trumpeter based on the basic concepts of predecessors like Herb Alpert, Chuck Mangione, and Tom Browne. Dependent on urban R&B beats, Braun can only marginally be called jazz, but does own an appeal to the smooth music crowd that this produced recording will only reinforce. Teamed with keyboardist and producer Philippe Saisse, Braun follows a path of least resistance in terms of the calculated nature of his music and the simplicity of his melodies.
Posted By : TmanHome | Date : 06 Feb 2015 19:56:01 | Comments : 1

Boney James - Trust (1992)
Smooth Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 43 min | 104 MB
Label: Warner Bros. Records | Rel: 1992

Some highlights of "Trust" include the prototype Boney James song "Metropolis," vaguely Asian-feeling "Kyoto," and fine smooth jams "Lilly" and "Roadrunner." Each provides a beautiful stage for James' alto, tenor and soprano saxophone stylings and paints lush, memorable pictures in the minds of listeners. Naysayers will be glad to know that the other half of "Trust" is filled with an undefined blandness; even at album release (at the start of James' search for a signature sound) it was "could be anybody" music. Even the cover of Stevie Wonder's classic "Creepin'" is boring.
Posted By : tiburon | Date : 04 Feb 2015 23:48:24 | Comments : 0

Gerald Albright - Just Between Us (1987) {Warner}
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Genre: Jazz-Funk, Smooth Jazz

Beginning in the late '80s, saxophone master Gerald Albright recorded numerous successful solo albums for Atlantic when he wasn't busy assisting an impressive, and mammoth, roster of popular R&B artists. Born in South Central Los Angeles, the saxophonist idolized James Brown and took much influence from Maceo Parker and Cannonball Adderley. He first made a name for himself within the music industry during the '80s, when he became a highly requested session musician.
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Posted By : tiburon | Date : 29 Jan 2015 23:47:21 | Comments : 0

Roger Smith - Consider This (2000) {Miramar}
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Genre: Jazz-Funk, Smooth Jazz, Soul

Ray Obiedo (as guitarist) and Norbert Stachel (playing tenor sax as part of the Tower of Power horns) help turn the throbbing retro-soul meets Memphis-flavored soul jam "Horn-afication" into one of the most memorable cuts on keyboardist Roger Smith's Consider This. Smith begins with the moody undercurrent of the Hammond B-3 beneath the bright, percussive brass, then keeps that brooding texture going beneath a call and response between the horns and his happy-go-lucky keyboard melody.
Posted By : TmanHome | Date : 29 Jan 2015 19:37:08 | Comments : 0

George Benson - Love Remembers (1993)
Smooth Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | Covers | 61 min | 160 MB
Label: Warner Bros | Rel: 1993

By the time George Benson released Love Remembers for Warner in 1993, he had basically accomplished everything a musician could ever dream of: he has played with a who's who of jazz greats, scored big as both a jazz and an R&B artist, won numerous Grammys, and had his name become synonymous with two different radio formats: adult contemporary and smooth jazz. Long the bane of "serious" jazz critics, Benson didn't even need to think about it: he made music that communicated to millions from one record to the next - the man had a single or album somewhere on the charts ubiquitously from 1975 until the turn of the 20th century.