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Smooth Jazz: Sweet Love


  • 1. From the Heart - Kim Waters
    2. Sweet Love - Najee
    3. After Midnight - Kevin Toney
    4. New Life - Chuck Loeb
    5. Sleep Tight - Walter Beasley
    6. Summers End - Nestor Torres
    7. Joy - Alfonzo Blackwell
    8. Mum's the Word - Fattburger
    9. Welcome Home - Nelson Rangell
    10. Stay a While - Special EFX
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 5087

  • Credits
    ProducerRahni Song; Kim Waters; Alfonzo Blackwell; Michael Colina; Danny Weiss (Compilation)
    EngineerNick Lee; Greg Grainger; Ken Freeman; Tom Waltz

    Personnel: Alfonzo Blackwell (vocals); Chuck Loeb (guitar, electric guitar, nylon-string guitar, keyboards, drum programming); Chris Parks (guitar, keyboards, drum programming); Craig T. Cooper, Evan Marks, Wayne Bruce (guitar); Chieli Minucci (electric guitar, keyboards, bass synthesizer, drum programming); Nelson Rangell (flute, soprano saxophone); Kim Waters (saxophone, soprano saxophone, keyboards, drum programming); Walter Beasley (saxophone); Kevin Toney (piano, synthesizer); Michael Colina (keyboards, drum programming, percussion programming); Jay Rowe, Carl Evans, Jr. (keyboards); Johnny Britt (synthesizer); Kevin Koch (drums, drum programming); Trevor Lawrence (drums); Brian Dunne (cymbals, hi-hat, tom tom); David Charles, Marc Quiones, Kevin Ricard, Tom Aros (percussion).
    Audio Mixers: Ken Freeman; Alfonzo Blackwell; Paul Wickliffe.
    Recording information: Cooldeep Studios, Bedford, NY; Smokestone Studios, Mount Kisco, NY; Waltz Audio, Boston, MA; Waterfall Studios, Aberdeen, MD.
    Photographer: Anthony Barboza.
    Arranger: Alfonzo Blackwell.
    Smooth Jazz: Sweet Love is a collection of soft jazz tracks that utilize the soprano saxophone style that Kenny G made popular. Najee's "Sweet Love" may be the best-known track here; since its release in the late '80s it has played endless times on smooth jazz radio and in elevators and waiting rooms around the country. There are other recognizable tracks, but in all honesty they tend to blend together after a while. Although this is an effective way to collect several big smooth jazz hits together onto one album, these songs are insufferably similar. Fans of the genre may find this interesting, but there is little here to recommend this to any curious listeners. ~ Bradley Torreano

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