Nick Gomez | The Third Date

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The Third Date

by Nick Gomez

Nick Gomez's second solo release is a beautiful smooth jazz record with vibrant grooves and an expansion into a more organic sound.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. See You At 7
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2. Love You, Bye
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3. The Third Date
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4. Hamma Jamma
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5. When You Told Me Forever
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6. Vegas
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7. Happy Hour
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8. Cougar Country
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9. Kings and Queens
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10. What Goes Around (Comes Around)
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11. The Last Date
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This record makes Nick proud to do music. It took him 2 years to complete because, well, he is unsigned and self-funded...

Because Nick doesn't have a label to push him around he able to take his time and make sure to give his fans a quality release. The Third Date although instrumental, was created during a very tumultuous part of Nicks life, especially in the dating scene. Though some regard this album as a break-up record, Nick really feels it represents his transition from that to being single and in your mid-20's.


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