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Len Mizzoni – Better Days

Len Mizzoni writes and performs many genres of music. His catalog of original songs includes everything from Country, Pop, Rock, R&B, Funk and Smooth Jazz. His debut album Waves of Indigo has enjoyed international success. Len is excited to release his follow-up album Better Days. The first single the title track will be released to AC radio in North America along with I’ve Got This Feeling to Jazz radio.

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Marcin Nowakowski – Better Days

Polish sax player Marcin Nowakowski made his debut in the smooth jazz genre with his album Smooth Night (2005). As experienced sideman and performer in the Polish jazz scene he already garnered a certain popularity in the local community of Warsaw. He also performed with Jose Carreras, Paul Jackson, Jr., Simon Philips, and David Knopfer among others.

Now he prepares himself for the great jump over the ocean to the U.S. smooth jazz scene. A pave stone to this aim is his new album Better Days (2009), which was produced by Jeff Lorber. While his debut album was recorded with Polish musicians Marcin now engaged for his sophomore album the finest musicians of the American contemporary jazz scene: Jeff Lorber (keyboards), Paul Jackson Jr. (guitars), Alex Al (bass), Tony Moore (drums), Lenny Castro (percussion) and many more.

Wake Up is Marcin’s first call. Supported by the above mentioned top-notch cats Marcin presents his impressive sax melody. Shanice’s megahit I Love Your Smile (1991) is certainly a welcomed original for covers, not only because of its great melody but also because the song features a saxophone solo by Branford Marsalis and his name is quoted by Shanice in the second half of the song, when she says “Blow, Branford, Blow”. Marcin’s heartfelt rendition let the melody shine in its best light.

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