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Your Hands On Me by Art Porter

While Art Porter's music has an uplifting and refreshing style, it saddens me to realize that we will never hear another new composition of tunes from this talented musician. Last summer this great sax player left this earth after a tragic boating accident.

I have always been a big fan of Art and will miss his music greatly. However, we have this renowned album along with his first two stunning recordings to remember him by. Art's last album is alive with the polished and refined flow of his alto and soprano saxophones. My favorite song, "Lake Shore Drive" is so soothing that it puts you in the mindset of driving down Lake Shore Drive in Chicago with the top down on your convertible, on a full moon night. I've got to try it. This album features the vocal assistance of both Lalah Hathaway and Brian McKnight two distinguished vocalists. This album was produced by Chuckii Booker who has never let me down and puts something for everyone on this album.

If you have not been and fan of Art Porter in the past, pick this one up and you will find out what you have been missing.

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Art Porter
  • CD Title: Your Hands On Me
  • Genre: Smooth Jazz
  • Year Released: 1996
  • Record Label: Verve
  • Rating: Five Stars
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