Phil Green

"priles"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (54 of 54)
Location: UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 744,412 - Total Helpful Votes: 54 of 54
Generations (feat. Darren Rahn) <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Generations-feat-Darren-Scott-Allman/dp/artist-redirect/B006MBP7O0">Scott Allman</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
5.0 out of 5 stars Give your ears a treat, 28 Feb 2012
One of the advantages of surfing the internet is the occasional discovery of great new music, either by accident or pure luck, by someone I have not previously heard of. The website (...) recently carried an article on Scott Allman and included a link to his official website (...) where I was able to listen to this album in its entirety before purchasing it. I was immediately captivated by this talented musician who has written some really catchy tunes for this project.

If I was to pick a favorite I struggle to choose between "Camille's Joy," "Mag Mile" & "Thin Ice" all of which are outstanding. The music is either up or mid tempo throughout with "Flurry" & "Reunion" reminding me… Read more
Greatest Hits & Essential Tracks ~ Change
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Change were arguably one of the best soul/dance acts of the 1980's and originally were just a collaboration of session musicians and songwriters. They also had the distinction of introducing the world to probably the greatest soul voice of all time, Luther Vandross.

The first CD is a compilation of some of the finest songs of their 6 album career. There is a glaring omission in my view, the song "Warm" from the "Change of Heart" album, although it does appear as part of a medley on CD2.

The second CD comprised remixes, extended versions, medleys and two tracks from an album made in 1990 but not released until 2009. Track this album down if you can - you can download… Read more
Diamonds ~ Jonathan Fritzén
Diamonds ~ Jonathan Fritzén
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Jonathan Fritzen really is a major talent who deserves to be a big player on the smooth jazz scene.

Just 12 months have passed since Jonathan's last album and the Swedish pianist is back with yet another superb offering which follows very much in the path of its predecessor, "VIP", with mainly instrumental tracks and a couple with dreamy background vocals. "Feelin' The Groove" opens the account and reminds me of Shakatak in their heyday. The next track, "This Way, That Way" stands out for me as it features my two favourite lead instruments in smooth jazz, the piano and the saxophone and this track would sit very comfortably on a Dave Koz album or even a Rippingtons album. The… Read more

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