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Sax O'groove

by Sax O'groove

Sax O'Groove plays EuroLatin! The Smooth Jazz/Instrumental Pop sensation from Costa Rica and Germany.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Closer To Me
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2. Baila Loco
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3. You Are By My Side
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4. Go Your Own Way
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5. Sax On The Beach
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6. Regresa a Casa
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7. The Other Side
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8. On The Lifeline
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9. Baila Loco Radio Edit
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10. Alone At Last
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11. Pavane Op. 50
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12. Panis Angelicus
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The first CD by Sax O’Groove is a cross-section through almost four years of musical creativity, a stroll through a host of musical styles: reggae, blues, disco, pop, smooth jazz, flamenco, funk, rock and classical. The tracks and compositions are autobiographical, mirroring the ups and downs of life.

Guest musicians in the studio were: Walter “Chepe“ Blanco, Silvia Blanco, Andres Jimenez, Daniel Bissinger, Isaac Quiros, Ricardo Ramirez, Sara Lauhoff, Lumpi Lauhoff, Gustavo Ortega and Dirk Steinberg.

The Latin American musicians involved in the project are among the top names on the Latino scene. Take violinist Ricardo Ramirez: a band member on Ruben Blades’ CD “Mundo“ that scooped the 2003 Grammy as Best World Music Album and Best Contemporary Tropical Album.

The CD were mastered by Christian Wright at Abbey Road Studios in London.


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