Daniel McBrearty | DanMcB

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by Daniel McBrearty

Jazz meets pop, sweet sax and female vocals, and top-notch song writing and production values.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Lovelight Shining
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2. Madame Koto's Dance
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3. Falling
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4. Green Shoots Blues (The New Minuet)
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Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


Album Notes
This is Daniel McBrearty's first album, DanMcB, released in 1995. There are four tracks, two which feature guest vocalist Rudo Shoniwa, and two are pure instrumental. In addition, there are impeccable contributions from Mark Anderson (bass guitar), Chris Newland (electric guitar), Steve Kelly (keyboards) and Robert Anderson (percussion).

As well as playing alto and tenor sax on it, Dan wrote and produced all the songs. As well as the musical content, the production and sound quality received praise and airplay on its release, from UK recording magazines 'The Mix' and 'Sound On Sound' and Jazz FM DJ's Robbie Vincent.

Dan's comment on the CD, with the benefit of hindsight : "It was very hard work, but I'm glad I did it. I'd take a different approach now, just get everyone in the studio and try to get the stuff recorded in a few days to get a more live feel, or record some live at gigs. But I think that what we did is quality music, and that's what I care about. My focus has moved much more towards trying to become a good live performer since then, that's all part of developing as an artist. But, looking back, I'm happy and pleased with that CD. Now for the next one ..."

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Dan McB
excellent jazz music makes you feel like your on the top of a Manhatten building in the summer time. Funny because the artist is from Europe. Madame Koto's dance remind me of Sting. In total this album is excellent