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Chris Camozzi - Suede (1997)

13-07-2014, 02:11
Jazz | Smooth Jazz | FLAC / APE

Chris Camozzi - Suede (1997)

Artist: Chris Camozzi
Title Of Album: Suede
Year Of Release: 1997
Label: Discovery / Wea
Genre: Jazz / Smooth Jazz
Format: FLAC (image) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 46:10 min
Total Size: 342 MB / 105 MB


01. Suede [03:57]
02. My Dancing Heart [04:04]
03. Miles Away (feat. Rick Braun) [04:19]
04. Snap It Tight [03:47]
05. Swing Shift (feat. Dave Koz) [04:19]
06. Never Want to Love Without Your Love [04:22]
07. Beyond the Horizon (feat. Richard Elliot) [04:09]
08. Smooth Sailing [04:34]
09. Heaven in Your Arms [03:54]
10. Hangin' Out [04:13]
11. Never Want to Love Without Your Love (Instrumental) [04:27]


Chris Camozzi (guitar, keyboards, bass synthesizer, drums, percussion);
Dave Koz, Richard Elliot (saxophone);
Rick Braun (trumpet);
Joe Turano (electric piano, string synthesizer);
Vision (vocals);
Scott Fuller (keyboards, bass synthesizer, drum programming).
Audio Mixer: Michael Fagrey.

The veteran Michael Bolton guitarist's second jaunt into rock-edged smooth jazz territory is such a smiling, carefree affair, Disneyland could use it as a soundtrack to its billing as the Happiest Place on Earth. From its explosive and relentlessly positive opening title track through the Rick Braun-laced "Miles Away" and two Richard Elliot enhanced, angst-free jams "Beyond the Horizon" and "Smooth Sailing" (generically happy titles, yes?), Suede crackles along like a gush of summer wind, sunny all the time, with only one true moment of quiet reflection, the cool vocal ballad "Never Want to Live Without Your Love," sung capably by a Boyz II Men0type group called Vision. Individually, any given track is an absolute triumph, hooky, smartly played, a bit too reliant on machines but nevertheless easy to embrace. The problem, if one can be found, is that they're all so upbeat, there's nothing to contrast them with -- they start blending together. His first disc, Windows of My Soul, reflected personal and emotional breakthroughs in Camozzi's life, and its delicate balance between light and dark made it a shoo-in for any Top Ten of 1996. On that one, he revealed the inside his heart, while on Suede he keeps everything on the surface. A glowing surface it is, as enjoyable as a sunsplashed jog on the beach, but moment of eloquence or heartbreak in its midst would have made the experience that much richer. ~ Jonathan Widran --



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