Robert Lee Revue | Wishing You a Merry Christmas

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Wishing You a Merry Christmas

by Robert Lee Revue

Smooth Jazz Christmas song mostly instrumental with some vocals and alot of Christmas Cheers
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Since he was a teenager busting out in the mid-sixties internationally as guitarist with Question Mark & the Mysterians, renowned musician Robert Lee Balderrama (aka
Bobby Balderrama) has left a distinctive musical imprint upon the tri-city landscape for over four decades, growing his unmistakable sound well beyond the humble
beginnings of the teen clubs and garages where it all started.
With the new release of their second full-length CD of original material entitled City of Smooth Jazz, Bobby and his band of musicians that form The Robert Lee Revue have
created a musical tapestry that is their most original and imaginative work yet, brimming with nuance, texture, and passion.
Comprised of a formidable array of musical talent, The Robert Lee Revue consists of fellow Mysterian's cohort Frank Rodriguez on keyboards, Dr. Jack Nash on bass, Tom
Barsheff on saxophone, Amy Lynn Balderrama on percussion, and drummer Rudy Levario, this latest recorded foray into the wondrous textures explored through the idiom of
'smooth jazz' follows hot on the heels of the group's 2010 release, For the Love of Smooth Jazz. In the case of the Robert Lee Revue, this is marked with a precise blending of
fluid guitar riffs complimented by equally fluid elements of keyboard and saxophone.
Apart from strong artistry & musicianship (two signature traits of The Robert Lee Revue) one of the most apparent advances centers upon the refined tonal technique of
Bobby Balderrama, which possesses a strong synthesis between the passionate attack of Carlos Santana and the melodic fluidity of George Benson



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