Project Natale | Endangered Liberties

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Endangered Liberties

by Project Natale

It's bold, It's fresh, It's real Jazz, It's YOU
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Endangered Liberties
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2. Left Alone
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3. Gentle Rain
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4. You Tell Me
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5. Vanish
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Diane and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team

Wonderful Collection of Smooth Jazz
“Endangered Liberties,” is the newest released Jazz album from the group Project Natale. This CD is a wonderful collection of smooth Jazz and is filled with memorable melodies and well balanced instrumentation. This group exerts great accuracy and meshes with a strong cohesive sound. The title track, “Endangered Liberties,” opens up the CD with a hue of energy as the sultry sax solo swirls around the colorful piano progressions. Listen closely as the expressive instruments build up in intensity on the song, “Gentle Rain.” You will feel the ambiance of the rain falling and gradually increasing with strength. Another song, “Vanish,” is emotive as the sax passionately plays with a graceful style while the bass, piano, and drums intermingle with rich and mellow progressions. Fans of Jazz music will find the album, “Endangered Liberties,” thoroughly enjoyable and well worth listening to.