Jason Weber | Something Blue

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Something Blue

by Jason Weber

Smooth Jazz featuring saxophone; overflows with attitude, intelligence and sophistication.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Reflections
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2. J Street
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3. Summer Solstice
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4. Alone In Paradise
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5. The Road Less Traveled
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6. So Cool
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7. Something Blue
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8. Baile
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9. Here & There But Nowhere
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10. Lost Love
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11. Struttin'
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12. Rainforest
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13. Got Funk?
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Jason Weber has been playing sax for over twenty years. After earning a Bachelor's degree in music performance from the University of Wisconsin in 1994, Weber led an award-winning contemporary jazz group in southeastern Wisconsin. Weber's first solo CD, '1st AVENUE', achieved national recognition by making it to the final round of Musician Magazine's 1997 Best Unsigned Band Contest (top 25 of a nation-wide 3,000 entries).

Although relatively new to the San Diego and Los Angeles music scenes, Weber has quickly made his presence known as an incredibly gifted performer capable of moving audiences not only with finesse, but also with his unbridled passion and intensity. This versatility allows Weber to perform virtually any style of music in any setting. Consequently, Weber is in great demand as a sideman and for recording sessions when not performing with his own group.

In the past few years, Weber has taken his talents to perform with national recording artists such as: Gerald Albright, Everette Harp, Nathan East, Ray Fuller and Steve Ferrone among others.


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Ed Cooper

Thanks CDBaby
Weber is great. I bought 3 albums by Jason and I wasn\'t disappointed. I can\'t believe I haven\'t seen his music in tha major stores. This discovery has me really appreciating CDBaby. Now to find the rest of his albums!

Bob Norbie

A Delightful Entree' - Smooth and Refreshingly Filling
Smooth saxaphone jazz enhanced with a little of everything. A terrific addition to anyones CD collection.

Eugene McCormick

Very provocative and sophisticated!
This CD has a subtle smooth jazz funk sound to it. Weber gives a very strong and versatile performance. He is truly a star on the rise!

CD Baby


Smooth jazz that pushes the boundaries and overflows with attitude, broad style and pizazz. Featuring saxophone, this is smooth jazz rockin' out with Pop sensibilities and mainstream appeal. If you think smooth jazz is "waiting room music" you're going to wish this is what they DID play in there- because with his dashes of funk and "smoove" that waiting room would hold whole new worlds of potential in courting members of the opposite sex. Then he turns around and throws in mbira and lilting time signatures- in other words, you won't know what's around the next corner.

Paige

Another Great CD by Jason
I'm not sure how he does it, but Jason just keeps getting better. This cd really showcases Jason's "funky" side, which I really enjoy. There aren't many sax artists out there who can JAM like Jason. Keep up the great work!
Paige -
President, Jason Weber Fan Club - Wisconsin Chapter :-)

Smooth Jazz Vibes.com - Denis Poole



Tamara Turner, CD Baby Music Editor/Reviewer

Smooth jazz that pushes the boundaries.
Smooth jazz that pushes the boundaries and overflows with attitude, broad style and pizazz. Featuring saxophone, this is smooth jazz rockin' out with Pop sensibilities and mainstream appeal. If you think smooth jazz is "waiting room music" you're going to wish this is what they DID play in there- because with his dashes of funk and "smoove" that waiting room would hold whole new worlds of potential in courting members of the opposite sex. Then he turns around and throws in mbira and lilting time signatures- in other words, you won't know what's around the next corner.

Noreen Johnson

I love this album!
I love this new cd! It expresses the incredible saxaphone technique that only Jason Weber can produce along with re-introducing more of his musical variety by adding new sounds and instruments. From the first song (my favorite) which takes his music to a new level with flutes and trumpets making it a smooth and light jazz piece, to the middle and end which adds funk and ethnic feels to his music...this cd captures it all!

John W. Schlentz

"Something Blue" and "Can U Feel Me Now"
I received both the CDs, but haven't had opportunity to hear them. Both arrived in good condition. Thank you for the attention. I've known Jason Weber for a number of years. A good person.
John Schlentz

HBH

Jason Weber 's short run to mastership
Jason Weber has already left the phase of a beginner since a long time. Listen to a masterful sax player and read more about him at www.smooth-jazz.de.
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