Reggie Codrington | Sunny Days

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Jazz: Smooth Jazz Jazz: Smooth Jazz Moods: Featuring Saxophone
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Sunny Days

by Reggie Codrington

Smooth sultry and funky jazz for that romantic evening
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Special Treasure (Instrumental)
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2. Walking With Jesus
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3. Have a Blessed Day
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3:37 $0.99
4. Cruisin With Angels
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4:11 $0.99
5. Insoul,s Melody
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3:57 $0.99
6. Sunny Days
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3:56 $0.99
7. Special Treasure (feat. Katie Goulet)
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8. The Simple Life
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9. Spend Some Time With You (feat. Terrie Nesbitt)
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3:24 $0.99
10. Fruits of the Spirit
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11. Intimately Fly Away
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Born in Fayetteville, North Carolina, Reggie Codrington, is the son of the nationally known musician and bandleader Ray Codrington who played with some of the greatest musicians ever known such as: Little Richard, Gladys Knight, and the late Jackie Wilson, just to name a few. Reggie fondly remembers his father’s band practicing in the family’s den. His entire little boy dreams were of music. “I guess one would say I was born into music,” he says.

By age five, Reggie learned to read music and the fundamentals of musicianship. It would be several years; however, before he would play and develop his musical talent. Not because he did not desire to, but because he was physically unable to. Reggie was born with Ataxic Cerebral Palsy (ACP), a chronic condition that affects muscle coordination and depth perception. Affected persons often have poor coordination and walk unsteadily with a wide based gait. Wanting to give him every chance at having a normal life, his parents agreed to have him undergo a series of surgeries. By the age of 13, Reggie had endured nine surgeries where muscles were alternately cut and transferred from his elbow, wrist, and right tricep to improve his finger dexterity. Additionally, muscles were cut from his leg to offer more mobility and make it easier to walk.

Reggie discovered that music could transcend him to a place of tranquility and offer a way to escape from the stress of life with a disability. Immersing himself in his music, Reggie was encouraged to join his school band where he found acceptance from his peers. And the ridicule he once encountered from his school mates was replaced with respect for his talent as a musician. His father Ray helped him develop his skills and he learned improvisation and other musical concepts. He was also encouraged to stay focused and never give up on his dream of becoming a successful musician.

A pivotal point in Reggie’s life and career came on his eighteenth birthday when his parents presented him with a curved soprano saxophone. This instrument led to a major transformation as it offered a comfortable way to play that he had not yet experienced. The curved instrument allowed him to use a neck strap for a more comfortable fit for his arm and allowed for more finger dexterity and coordination. “Something magical happened, and I knew I had found my niche. I fell in love,” Reggie nostalgically recalls. After graduation and armed with his new instrument, Reggie continued his study of music at Howard University where he started to develop his own personal style and truly grow as a musician. Receiving accolades from professors and friends also lit a fire in his soul to keep perfecting his special gift.

Currently, Reggie stays busy as he continues to perfect his craft and compose new music in the recording studio. His ultimate goal is to go on tour and share his music and his triumphant story of overcoming the physical challenges of being disabled. His vision is to tour the world talking to young people and sharing how he overcame a debilitating disability, ridicule in his youth, and unsavory independent labels as he traveled on his road to jazz greatness.


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fruits of the spirit
Hi Reggie, this is one of your long-time friends...I heard this song, I haven't heard the whole CD.I Love It! You are so awesome..keep up the good work, and stay in touch.

Rebecca McPhail

Sunny Days
I love the CD. I liked it so much that 6 of my friends bought the cd too. It is very relaxing to listen to while having dinner or cocktails.


I am your #1 fan! I love everyone of your songs and they all are my favorites. I have both of your CD\'s and I listen to them everyday. Your music have really touched me. Reggy, keep up that good talent you have and God will bless you all the way...Love ya

Sunny Days
CD is great!!! Its clean crisp music sends you off into a zone of peace.I have blessed my family and friends with copies as gifts

martina hedges

love the sound Cruisin with Angels reminds me why i fell in love with Smooth Jazz.Walter Beasleyesque


Sunny Days
Hi Reggie
I just wanted to say that your music is AWESOME! I enjoy listening to all of your music past and present. Keep up the great work. Remember that God is in control and faith without works is dead. So stay encouraged and be blessed.
Love ya and see you at Insoul Fellowship....Don't forget the melody...LOL

Scott O'Brien Review
Becoming the kind of musician Reggie Codrington is today takes amazing talent to be sure, but also passion, dedication, and hard work. Add a physical disability (in Reggie’s case, Ataxic Cerebral Palsy) to the equation and his accomplishments become even more impressive and inspiring! With smooth sax work that stands shoulder to shoulder with the best in the biz, and a fresh new release, SUNNY DAYS… his seventh… Reggie Codrington takes another giant step toward being a Smooth Jazz household name. This is music that is as bright and positive as the CD’s title suggests. Lyrical melodies (all originals from Reggie and co-writer Brian Morgan), strong performances, and World-class production values help create a compelling collection of tracks that shine with an infectiously optimistic vibe that is unmistakable! The little boy whose dreams were all about music has become proof that intention, faith and unfailing determination can ultimately create miracles!