Michael J Parlett | Keep It Movin'

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Keep It Movin'

by Michael J Parlett

This saxman's new album has given the Smooth Jazz world a breath of fresh air by reinterpreting songs like "Misty", Captain of Her heart" and my personal favorite original latin song "El Rancho" where he shows his expertise on flute. - Najee
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Blissful
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2. Cha Cha Chiwowa
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3. After It Rains
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4. Moment in Time
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5. Motown Jammin'
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6. Sweet Light
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7. Ocean Tide
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8. Captain of Her Heart
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9. El Rancho
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10. What You Won't Do for Love
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11. Waiting On You
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12. Misty
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"This album "Keep it Movin' is truly a pleasure to listen to! It is good to hear a great musician release a set of mainly instrumental tracks that have been so thoughtfully arranged and produced. As if playing tenor, alto and soprano saxes wasn't enough Parlett plays a mean flute too somewhat reminiscent of those vibe Dave Valentine GRP days. This album is a surefire winner for all those Should-tinged jazz fans who like a little hump on their Jazz!" Chris Standring.


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