|Track Title||Artist||Buy Track|
|love you too much||david sanborn||amazon|
|break you off||jazz allstars||amazon|
|deep blue||ken navarro||amazon|
|trust your instincts||count basic||amazon|
|what cha gonna do for me||darren rahn||amazon|
|all my life||darrin rahn||amazon|
|from the start||steve cole||amazon|
|I can't go for that||darren rahn||amazon|
|back at the chicken coup||jimmy smith||amazon|
|street dance||eric marienthal||amazon|
|swirl around||cody hobart||amazon|
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How many of you remember 'Staying Alive' with John Travolta co staring Fiona Huges? For those of you who do, remember where the characters of John & Fiona were walking thru Central Park and Tony (Johns Character) tries to stop a horse & buggy but the driver ignores him, & Fiona's character holds up her arm with paper money and the driver comes to an immediate halt. This is where my first song by David Sanborn comes in at this part of the movie. Originally written and sung by the Bee Gee's in the movie...is "I love You Too Much".
Relatively new in the Jazz circuit is Cindy Bradley,Â (born December 11, 1977 in North Tonawanda, New York) and she is an American contemporary jazzÂ trumpet player with a bright future in front of her, in my opinion.
In 2007 she independently release an album called "Just a Little Bit." She was signed to the Trippin' N' Rhythm Record Label in 2009Â and released her next album called "Bloom." "Bloom" was produced by Grammy-award winning producer, Michael Broening.
In 2009 she was named "Debut Jazz Artist of the Year" at the Catalina Island Jazz Festival, Dubai Jazz Festival, and Smooth Jazz News Magazine. Cindy won the American Smooth Jazz Awards "Best New Artist" award, and was also nominated for "Album of the Year"
I have "Footprint" at the #5 spot by Cindy it starts of with her on trumpet sounding traditionally, then comes the piano solo starting off a more contemporary sound and then a sax solo and finally Cindy on Trumpet solo, nice song check it outâ€¦..
Finally a song called "Back at the Chicken Shack" by Jimmy Smith, an oldie and a goodie...you got to listen to this songâ€¦..
* Note: For those if you who listened to "Smooth Beach Jazz 7", if you remember the first track in that play list is 'At Last" by Etta James. The following song makes an entry with a really smooth flow through called 'Inevitable', wellâ€¦that is Cindy Bradley on the trumpet. If you haven't heard that Vol. you may want to consider checking it out on my home page.
Please enjoy Smooth Beach Jazz # 10 - of course you can find vol's 1-9 on my home page.