Classic Rock

Just What You Need

01.11.2019Faekree 8 Comments

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  7. is a banner year for Smooth Jazz keyboardist Brian Simpson. Highlights from JUST WHAT YOU NEED include a percolating "D Groove" featuring sax icon Gerald Albright, the romantic "In the Rain" featuring Marc Antoine, a brilliant guest performance by Dave Koz on t he Jobim classic "Girl from Ipanema," and much much more!!/5().
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