Reza Khan | Dreamwalker

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Dreamwalker

by Reza Khan

Smooth Jazz, Contemporary Jazz with eclectic world fusion touch
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Dreamwalker (feat. Painted Diaries)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Not only did ‘A Simple Plan’ by guitarist Reza Khan prove to be a veritable treasure chest of riches it also garnered the radio singles ‘Language Of Love’ (that featured Andy Snitzer on sax) and the equally good ‘Blue Dreams In Rio’. Now he is back with the CD ‘Dreamwalker’.

Domiciled in New York, Reza was born in Bangladesh and has recorded with his own band, Painted Diaries, since 2001 when he released an album of the same name. Although on record as continuously reaching for a global sound, Khan’s music is remarkably accessible. Indeed it’s a must for those who have a penchant for smooth jazz guitar in the style of Peter White or Ken Navarro. A case in point is the easy grooving title cut that is well worth looking out for.


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SmoothJazz.com Review
New from Bangladesh-born guitarist Reza Khan comes DREAMWALKER with his band Painted Diaries and featuring special guests keyboardist Philippe Saisse and saxophonist Andy Snitzer on Reza’s exciting new collection of global grooves! The title track is the project’s first single and we anticipate a tremendous traction at radio worldwide. The music is remarkably accessible… fans of Peter White and Ken Navarro, will love Reza Khan! Living in New York, Reza gathers his musical inspiration from his world travels as well collaborative efforts with renowned musicians. Chillaxed yet deep!