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The JT Project - Moments of Change (2016) Lossless

30-05-2016, 15:36
Jazz | Smooth Jazz | FLAC / APE

Title: Moments of Change
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Trippin N Rhythm Records
Genre: Jazz, Smooth Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 0:54:39
Total Size: 361 Mb


01. Overdrive
02. Nw Style
03. Talk About It
04. Good Ole' Jim (feat. Soar)
05. Limbo
06. Moments of Change
07. Holding on to Love (feat. Soar)
08. Daddy / Miss You
09. Don't Blink
10. Love Passion Correspondence
11. Missed Call
12. Talia
13. Song for KG

The JT Project, a musical collective out of the Big Apple (NYC), brings us its 5th album here with Moments of Change, an album of energy and smooth charm. Led by multi-instrumentalist/producer Jacob Webb and saxman/flJT Project CDutist/producer Todd Schefflin, the group demonstrates that it has a solid hold on creativity in the pocket.

Lots of dance grooves and melodic seduction abound on this project. From the infectious lead track “Overdrive” to the mid-tempo, melodic and saxilicious “NW Style” to the floor-scorching “Talk About It” to the up-tempo and rather bluesy “Good Ol’ Jim” to the soft and romantic “Holding on to Love” (which sets a mean atmosphere for that tender mood, especially with the call of the flugelhorn and sax being so prominent and irresistibly right).

There is much to enjoy here as there is a good dose of eclecticism. The JT Project obviously wanted to be certain to reach out and feel the collective pulse of all jazzers and produce a project that spoke to all of them in some way, shape, or fashion. There’s soul, smooth jazz, fusion, traces of straight-ahead, and more. A little something for all of the discerning ears in jazzland. – Ronald Jackson

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