Dragan Petrovic | The Vibe (New York Jazz)

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The Vibe (New York Jazz)

by Dragan Petrovic

Dragan Petrovic has crated a contemporary jazz album in every sense of the term, varied in it's smooth melodies, sophisticated chord progression and elaborate arrangements.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. The Vibe
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2. 1979
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3. Streets of Manhattan
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4. Jazzanova Ghetto
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5. Paradox
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6. N.Y.C.
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7. Sour Candy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Dragan Petrovic was born in Belgrade 1961. He is naturalized Canadian who immigrated to Canada /Toronto/ in early nineties, from his native Belgrade where he made living as a professional musician. His influences are great pianist such as Herbie Hencock, Chick Corea, Bill Evans and Diana Krall. Playing Jazz and Commercial music in Belgrade and Europe, Dragan composed and arranged music for theater's and Radio and TV stations. Always alluding, suggesting many influences from Continental American to Romany Europe, Dragan's playing and composing manages to capture the ear in both its; good taste and understated subtle sophistication offering jazz music lovers of all tastes a palette of elegant musical cuisine


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