Lisa R. Howard

Lisa R. Howard

After listening to Nicknack, album titled "Improving Silence" I have decided that it’s a keeper.This CD has a soothing sound that is a mixture of smooth jazz, calm trump…
Ada de Luque’s Warm Summer Night Dreams was pure genius. The CD was a mixture of romance, sensuality, and spiritual energy flowing from one track to the next in harmony as …
From the moment I put this CD on I was gone. There are times when you review CD’s and they are good and worth keeping, then there are times when you get a CD and it is off …
I can't stop is the perfect title for Al Green's new CD. I mean really he can't stop because if we stop listening to Al Green then what are we going to listen to? This CD i…
Born in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais in 1949, Nelson Angelo is acclaimed as one of Brazil's greatest sidemen, having played for over thirty-five years. You can never be sur…
This CD entitled "His Ways," by The Brooks Lytle Jazz Ensemble is a contemporary jazz album with jazz vocals and Christian lyrics. The CD is a combination of original songs…
It runs in the family was a very well put together compositions of cool jazz tunes from some of our old favorite artist and a couple of new favorite artist. Diana Krall did…
This CD was at the least very complicated to pronounce, the music however, was good. Most of the tracks had a very cosmic vibe to them. Elannunaqi as the CD is entitled, is…
Jim Love & The Blue Groove are a wonderful fusion of jazz, hip-hop, and funky beats all blended into a phenomenal collection of sweet urban fusion jazz. I enjoyed each trac…
Rodney Taylor’s "Blow By Blow," is a refreshing new sound to the jazz scene. I found this CD to be nice and soulful. There were a couple of tracks that I couldn’t stop repe…
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