Tony Mcghee - The Jazzy Side Of Smooth (2009)

Tony Mcghee - The Jazzy Side Of Smooth (2009)

  • Genre: Jazz, Smooth Jazz
  • Formats: MP3 FLAC WMA HD APE
  • Album Size: 1243 mb.
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Artist: Tony Mcghee
Title Of Album: The Jazzy Side Of Smooth
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: Tony Mcghee Rec.
Genre: Contemporary Jazz / Fusion
Format: MP3
Bitrate: CBR 192 kbps
Tracks: 10
Total Time: 30:49 min
Total Size: 42 MB
01. Intro
02. Come On Let's Ride
03. Bounce
04. Lil' Heartbreaker
05. BrazzTone
06. Daydreamin'
07. Backburner
08. Cha Cha Mommie
09. Friday Nite Funkin'
10. Nightvision
About Tony McGhee--The Jazzy Side of Smooth
The bite and “phatness” of the bottom-heavy tunes here are quite prevalent. After a brief and interesting “Intro,” the project comes out of the starting gate with a smooth and snappy little piece called “Come On Let’s Ride.” This overall “ride,” by the way, gets quite interesting very early on as, on its heels, comes the tight, slinky, and funky “Bounce,” surely to appeal to all those sexy ladies who love to take their time strutting their stuff on the dance floor in that oh-so-deliberate, seductive fashion. That’s a visual that’s simply commanded by the piece.
Other funksters include “Lil’ Heartbreaker,” “Brazztone” (hmm…wondering how they arrived at that title?), and “Cha Cha Momma” with its catchy vocals and hook (I just wish this one had been longer. It’s quite an addictive groove and is my fav here). These are just the tip of the iceberg, as the album struts tasteful funk throughout.
The Jazzy Side of Smooth is not only laced with good, solid funk, it’s well-written and contains very tasteful melodies, runs, and quite decent vocal harmonies. It’s a consummate piece for the jazz funkster who likes his/her material with teeth.
I was born in Washington, D.C. into a very musical family. Watching my father for years (a writer and performer himself) gave me the desire to become a musician too. As I grew as a musician and performer, I had the pleasure of traveling with such groups as E.U. with the hit song "Da Butt", Peaches & Herb, Trouble Funk and Wilson Pickett's "Midnight Movers" to name a few. I currently reside in Landover, MD. where I continue to grow as a drummer, singer and songwriter. My drum influences include William "Ju Ju" House, Ricky Wellman and Dennis Chambers (all from the Maryland area).-- Tony McGhee

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