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Fan (2 stars)
Music has become so slow. Love the faster stuff." Losing you" best song on album.
Best jazz album of the year (5 stars)
Ive been waiting for this album since I heard that it was coming out. (jan of 12). Every track is superb! A+
well……. (3 stars)
Chris always had great tone and production, you won't be disappointed here. This does however have one long "drone" sound to it. There are some great songs here, but they are lost in a sea of "mundane". Would like to hear a mix of this sound with some of the old grooves from "a Thousand kisses deep" and "night Sessions".
Born: October 12, 1962 in Portland, OR Genre: Jazz Years Active: '90s, '00s
Though best known as a contemporary jazz performer, trumpeter Chris Botti made his initial splash on the pop music scene. A native of Oregon, he started playing at the age of ten, and began performing professionally while still in high school. After studying in the prestigious Indiana University music program under noted jazz educator David Baker, Botti relocated to New York, where he served with saxophonist George Coleman and trumpet great Woody Shaw; under the guidance of producers including Hugh...