Posts Tagged ‘ Missing You ’

Steve Flowers – Missing You

It’s evident that Jazz flutist Steve Flowers has no intention on being lost in the shadows of jazz musicians in the Windy City. After all Steve has “dazzled audiences by performing with the talents of international contemporaries like Alex Bugnon, Bobby “Blue” Bland, Koko Taylor, After 7, Take 6, Regina Bell, B. B. King, Bernie Mack, Vicki Winans and the late Phyllis Hyman”. With a Masters degree in Flute performances, we now understand why Mr. Flower is in high demand in the Mid-West and the Windy City.

His new album is Missing You, which is now available on CDBaby.

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Phil Casagrande – Missing You

Missing YouBeing a writer, composer and producer Phil Casagrande shows great talent in all genres. From original solo piano performances, to pop music, to an amazing smooth-jazz original of “Let’s Groove”, he truly shows his range. In 1982, Phil worked for Atlantic records as a writer, and has also worked for Starlight Records where many songs he worked on ranked high on the Billboard charts.

Phil has worked with Jessica Cleeves from P-funk, he played keyboards, bass, synth, and even did some production on the Rap smash-hit “Inspector Gadget” (Bad Boys), he wrote and co-produced Paula Anderson’s song “Four Year Battle”-which made it to number 32 on the Billboard Chart with a bullet, and was picked up by Atlantic Records, he has also worked with Jeannine Carter, and has worked with songwriter and producer Dennis Johnson.

Currently playing out of his studio in NYC, Casagrande Studios, Phil has recently been working on some new musical creations that are simply breathtaking. His new album is Missing You offering  relaxed, enjoyable groovy and classy tracks is a main feature of Casagrande’s music.

You can find this his 3rd smooth jazz album at CDBaby.

Snake Davis – Missing You

Missing YouA superb collection of music that moves the soul by UK’s leading soul funk saxophonist Mr. Snake Davis. This album recaptures the excitement of a live show floating from polished ballads, through Celtic and Japanese influences to music that makes you motivated to get out there and do something. Snake Davis is the saxy sound heard on so many other albums by top artists.

His sound is unmistakable with his trademark twists and turns, bending tunes and making them his own with a superb ear for capturing the best melodies. He’s the man behind the sax sound on Take That’s “A Million Love Songs”, Lisa Stansfields “Change” and M Peoples “Moving On Up” to name only a few. Snake is joined on this album by the extraordinary talents of fellow musicians; Paul Birchall – Keyboards Simon Goulding – Basses Alastair Thynne – Drums and other guests. Snake plays saxes and wood flute.

This album is available at Amazon.

Joey Smith – Missing You

Joey Smith comments his new album: “Missing You is an album inspired by things I experienced while traveling playing music. Mainly based in Tokyo, I traveled several years seeing much of the world as a cruise ship musician. The things I experienced there and around the world changed my life and I since have a driving desire to try to share some of those experiences through my music. I hope you enjoy my music as much as the hard work and energy required to create it.”

This is a compilation of smooth jazz saxophone recordings ranging over a 6-8 year period which mainly reflect experiences and emotions felt while traveling as a musician and experienced with life in general. Now on sale at CDBaby.

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