Multi-Instrumentalist, Robert Sanae has wrapped up the second release of his contemporary jazz project, "The Crater Creek Project", titled, “Indigo Blue”.
This album promises to have a mass appeal for even those who aren't regular jazz listeners given it’s creative mixture of 12 very memorable tracks that feature Sanae on trumpet, keyboards, Bass and even vocals.
The project also has guest appearances by contemporary jazz pianist/producer Bob Baldwin who helped Sanae with polishing up the final arrangements with “Sticky Fingers”, “A Time Machine”, and “I’m Takin’ It Home With This”. Sanae also features, Brazilian bassist, Amanda Ruzza, on the title cut "Indigo Blue", Bassist, Ronald "PNutt" Frost on four tracks, saxophonist, Matt Warner on all of the project sax work.
The album also features three separate collaborations with keyboardists, Andre Manuel and Howard McMahon II, and songwriter/vocalist Justin Sanderson. If you are fans of jazz artist such as Boney James, Rick Braun, Fourplay or Braxton Brothers, just to name a few, you'll surely love this.