Album Review: Tangria Jazz Group by Tangria Jazz Group

Album Name: Tangria Jazz Group
Artist: Tangria Jazz Group
Year/Label: 2008 / Independent

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Review by Amy Lotsberg Producer of Collected Sounds

I did a mini review awhile back of this group’s previous release with the confusing title. I think we decided the title was: “Mebane’s Eleven, Tunes for Two” .

I see they’ve made things easier this time by using the band name as the album name as well. Whew.

Again, not a huge jazz connoisseur but I like this. It’s perfect for dinner, cocktails, conversation, or just relaxing with the paper. Makes me feel all sophisticated-like. Lord knows I could use some of that in my life sometimes.

Some I know once said jazz music sounds like a bunch of instruments falling down the stairs. This isn’t like that at all. It’s melodic and rhythmic and really nice.

Oh and I want to greatly thank all of you who commented last time on how it’s OK if I am not well versed in jazz, you made my day…week…month! Those die hard jazz fans can be mean.

Posted on February 14, 2008

Track Listing
Listen to track samples while you read
1 Nature Boy
2 Israel
3 Impressions
4 Teach Yourself to Live Elsewhere
5 Isotope
6 Bamako Love Walk
7 Black Nile

[Tangria Jazz Group Official Site]


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