Matt Kane & The Kansas City Generations Sextet

Acknowledgement

2016-03-25

One of the most important things i like about Jazz is you really just don't know what you are going to get. You could get some short songs that have really good beat or you could get some tunes that are long and tell a story. I feel you get a little of both with this album. Songs 4, 7, and 9 make you feel like you are on a journey enjoying some music and hearing a story from someone. I really enjoyed this one, and will definitely be adding it to my library as well and my programming show.

review by Matt

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