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01 - Honey-dipped.mp3 (Size: 97.07 MB) (Files: 15)

 01 - Honey-dipped.mp3

7.77 MB

 02 - Love Changes Everything.mp3

5.99 MB

 03 - All I See is You.mp3

7.15 MB

 04 - Just to Be Next to You.mp3

7.87 MB

 05 - Let it Free.mp3

6.51 MB

 06 - Undeniable.mp3

7.13 MB

 07 - Saxophonic (Come on Up).mp3

8.75 MB

 08 - Definition of Beautiful.mp3

7.83 MB

 09 - Sound of the Underground.mp3

6.70 MB

 10 - Only Tomorrow Knows.mp3

8.59 MB

 11 - I Believe.mp3

9.36 MB

 12 - A View From Above.mp3

8.10 MB

 13 - One Last Thing.mp3

5.32 MB

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Dave Koz - Saxophonic [Jazz]
Audio CD (October 7, 2003)
Original Release Date: October 7, 2003
Label: Capitol
Bitrate: 320 kbps

"The latest contender for the instrumental pop saxophone throne, Dave Koz came out of nowhere after his self-titled 1990 release made it onto the Billboard contemporary jazz charts and stayed there several weeks. He has more fire and intensity in his work than Kenny G, and often sounds like a reworked David Sanborn. Koz also played on Arsenio Hall's show, which increased his popularity among the urban contemporary, light jazz, and pop audiences. Koz plays instrumental pop covers, some upbeat tunes, and generally sticks to the fusion production formula: background vocalists, synthesizers, and drum machines, a minimum amount of solo space, and so on. His sessions are available on CD and have been regularly released since his first appearance on the scene. Highlights include 1993's peppy Lucky Man, 1999's collaboration-heavy Dance, 2001's holiday treat A Smooth Jazz Christmas, and 2007's film music-themed At the Movies."

Album review:
This likeable, ultra funky, and melodic saxman is one of the few smooth jazz performers whose consistent gold sales status, and omnipresence in the genre (including DJ'ing a morning show at one of the country's top stations, and two annual tours) makes him a crossover superstar. But his breakneck multi-media schedule is only part of the reason he can get away with only recording a new studio album every three or four years; his discs are usually so deep in picture perfect potential hit singles that Capitol can milk the album for that long with constant radio play. He has a tough act to follow here after 1999's magnificent The Dance spawned no less than five Top Five contemporary jazz singles. He doesn't disappoint for a second, packing this sax-intensive collection with hook after hook amidst a mix of edgy funk, mid-tempo chill vibes, and some unique sonic experiments, including sampling old jazz tracks on the crazy-making, hip-hop scratcher "Sound of the Underground," featuring some nifty harmonies from trumpeter Chris Botti, and a colorful move into house music with "Only Tomorrow Knows," that may surprise those who always expect him to stay in the mainstream. Whereas The Dance was cover-happy, Saxophonic stands strong on all original tunes, broken up four at a time by Acts One, Two, and Three, which are defined by the overall vibe of the section. Act One is funkified, slickly produced ( Jeff Lorber and Brian Culbertson had a hand), heavy on the horn doubling and soul, (represented by the irresistible opener "Honey-dipped" ). Act Two has more ambience, and fresh, mid-tempo attitude, a balance of the feisty electronic hip-hop crackle of the title track, and the lush romance of "Definition of Beautiful," featuring vocals by labelmate Javier. Act Three offers the aforementioned experiments, plus a torchy ballad and a colorful thumping duet with Marc Antoine. The Curtain Call ballad, "One Last Thing," is a sweet, gospel-flavored sax-piano duet produced by Brian McKnight. One curious disappointment flutters amidst all the success here; the tracks that advertise contributions by McKnight and Bobby Caldwell only use them in a minor backing capacity. Yes, this makes things more "saxophonic," but why bring such talent on the journey if they're hardly present in the mix? That gripe aside, with the abundance of future hits here, Koz can probably hold off till 2006 at least.

This cd has tracks that fit any mood. The musical expression runs from the equivalent of a quiet evening of reflection to a spirit-freeing explosion. Try "One Last Thing" for the former and "A View from Above" for the latter. The instrumentals are exceptionally pure, flowing when mellow, crisp when upbeat--and the crescendos are powerful. The vocals are harmonious and heartfelt. If you enjoyed his "Dance" cd, you'll like "Saxophonic" as well. ~ (Newport News, VA, USA)

Dave Koz - soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone ;
Also: Paul Jackson Jr., Chris Botti, Jeff Lorber, Brian Culbertson, Brian McKnight, Bobby Caldwell, Norman Brown, Marc Antoine, Javier

Dave Koz - Saxophonic Tracklist:
01 Honey-Dipped
02 Love Changes Everything - (featuring Brian McKnight)
03 All I See Is You
04 Just to Be Next to You
05 Let It Free
06 Undeniable
07 Saxophonic (Come on up)
08 Definition of Beautiful - (featuring Javier)
09 Sound of the Underground - (featuring Chris Botti)
10 Only Tomorrow Knows
11 I Believe
12 View From Above, A - (featuring Marc Antoine)
13 One Last Thing

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