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Doug Jones – Secrets

Connecticut based saxophonist Doug Jones has already released the albums Heart and Soul (1994), Shades Of Gray (2002), and Top Down (2013). This year he returns with Secrets.

He recorded his new album with band member Rick Handville (guitars) and in addition Troy Slocum (string arrangement). Doug performs saxophones, flutes, keys and programming. All songs are written, arranged, recorded and produced by Doug himself.

With Sunshine the album takes a start. Like a sun ray shines the dazzling melody always the sax in the lead. Rick Handville drops in some Benson like guitar riffs.

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Marcus Williams – Secrets

The horn the music the sound of Marcus Williams, experience a new style of smooth jazz and funk fusion on Marcus’ new album, Secrets. Listeners get silky soulful vocals fused with his sensual muted trumpet. Add to this mix, his signature jazz, R&B flavor and the result is a CD likely to please any smooth jazz fan.

The multi talented composed, performed and arranged the who CD, recording we done in his private studio in Bali Indonesia and the brilliant CD cover was created by none other than Ika at Ikaart & designs. The featured song “Sit Beside U” Has become an hit with smooth jazz fans garnering more smooth jazz radio play! Touch me is also a major favorite with the jazz audiences and has been feature on several smooth jazz stations.

Marcus is a one of a kind artist, he has the ability to find just the right production that fits for his style and can create this from top to bottom alone! He knows what he wants and he does his thing and makes it come to life. He is truly an amazing artist! If you are a jazz lover and you are looking for a fresh sound then this CD is for you. Now available at the M-Tunes store as a CD or CD Download.

For more information visit the artist’s website.

Marion Meadows – Secrets

Womanizer Marion Meadows makes his Secrets public. Looking back on a formidable list of previous releases like For Lovers Only (1990), Keep It Right Here (1992), Forbidden Fruit (1994), Body Rhythm (1995), Pleasure (1997), Another Side of Midnight (1999), Next To You (2000), In Deep (2002), Player’s Club (2004) and Dressed To Chill (2006), Secrets (2009) is his fifth album on Heads Up International. Marion Meadows continues his joint venture with keyboardist/producer Michael Broening, with whom he already co-operated on his previous three albums.

“I’ve been involved in a lot of projects, both my own and group efforts,” says Meadows, “and my main objective is to keep growing as an artist and engage the fans who have invested so much emotion in my music and my career. Aside from that wonderful sense of live communication, the real magic for me happens in the studio when I put on those headphones and start playing. That’s where the ideas just start to flow. Everything else in my musical life comes out of that moment.”

Besides Michael Broening (keys) join Mel Brown (bass), Freddie Fox (guitar), and Michael White (drums) Marion’s new project. Furthermore Marion incorporate some musicians he plays with on his live performances. Marion explains: “Contemporary jazz artists can get a little caught up in the more stylish side of the recording process, with computers and drum machines and other cutting-edge technology. For as good as all that stuff can sound, there’s an organic element that gets lost. If you move too far in that direction, I think people start to take musicians in this genre – and the genre in general – less seriously as a result.”

This idea in mind Marion introduces his new project with Secrets. A mellow tune like the warm wind of Spring. “Secrets are things that are kept hidden beneath the surface of our own intellect, our own decision-making,” he comments. “They’re these treasures that are often right in front of our eyes and yet we don’t even see them or know they’re there.

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