Poppa Steve | The Rough Side of Smooth Jazz

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The Rough Side of Smooth Jazz

by Poppa Steve

This CD is Rockin' Jazz ... a groove based on early rock, R&B, blues and pop all wrapped up in contemporary fusion jazz. A very unique retro yet contemporary sound appealing to mature rockers and boomers.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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1. Tough Times
Poppa Steve Mutimer
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2. No Sweat
Poppa Steve Mutimer
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3. Knock It Off
Poppa Steve Mutimer
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4. Bourbon on the Bayou
Poppa Steve Mutimer
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5. On The Rough Side
Poppa Steve Mutimer
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6. El Funko
Poppa Steve Mutimer
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7. Gimme A Break
Poppa Steve Mutimer
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8. Nasty Players
Poppa Steve Mutimer
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9. Foul Balls
Poppa Steve Mutimer
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10. Brown Skinned Girls
Poppa Steve Mutimer
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11. Bad Ass Tune
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Album Notes
Some time ago the jazz pundits equated wine with smooth jazz, forsaking the long-standing martini with sophisticated jazz
and whiskey with rougher jazz. Poppa Steve comes from rock, R&B and blues and feels smooth jazz has become as genteel as fine wine. That’s why his music has the kick of some good old Jack Daniels to go along with his version of smooth jazz. No wonder people have come to call his music Rockin’ Jazz. Cheers.


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