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Blue Cafe

by Benjamin Russell

Pop with jazz and soul influences, featuring Gerard Stuart, Daniel Xavier, Andy Horka and Robbie Demlakian, recorded in 1990, remastered 2009.
Genre: Pop: Britpop
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1. Think Twice
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2. More Than Ever
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3. I'm Not Dreamin
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4. Wanna Be With You
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5. Sad Smile
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6. Skin and Emotion
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7. Cause
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8. Thank You
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9. This Time
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10. What's It Gonna Be
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11. Cause…Latin Mix
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Album originally recorded in 1990, remastered 2009.

It was great being part of a group again! But this was something quite different, Pop with jazz and soul influences. Danny Xavier and Gerard Stuart were creative and talented, and I could send out an idea that was all me, and have it come back all three -- very cool and inspiring.

We wrote songs together, worked on arrangements, brought in guests, and got most of the way through the album when they got tired of not becoming famous yet, and split! I had to finish writing the last couple of songs by myself, but I kept thinking what they WOULD have put into it if they had been there. I still really enjoy listening to this album.

Andy Horka finally appears, playing sax and even doing a guitar solo. Francois Gaudette played trumpet. A DJ friend of mine, Robbie Demlakian, co-wrote "Cause I Love You Like That" and helped me with the extended Latin remix.


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