Monthly Archives: April 2012

Reprise Amazing Top – 10 Monday,Wednesday and Friday at 11am,6pm and 11pm GMT

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10.Darren Rahn – Wave of the future (New Entry)

09.Steve Oliver – Up Front (New Entry)

08.Bobi SerafimovskiSunrise on the beach

07.Joyce Spencer – Pressing On

06.Acoustic Alchemy – One For Shorty

05.Peter White – Here We Go

04.Rob Tardik – Shakin’ The House

03.Joel Del Rosario – Side by side

02.Paul Brown – The Funky Joint

01.Chris Standring – Oliver’s Twist

What We Play Is Life!

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LEE RITENOUR – MASTERPIECES: THE BEST OF THE GRP YEARS

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Sweet grooves from Lee Ritenour – a collection of the guitarist’s classic recordings for the GRP label!

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Classic – Hit:Louis Armstrong – What A Wonderful World 30-06.05.2012

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What a Wonderful World” is a song written by Bob Thiele (as “George Douglas”) and George David Weiss.

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Dave Koz – Hello Tomorrow Album Of The Week 30-06.05.2012

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Hello Tomorrow is the ninth studio album by saxophone player Dave Koz.

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Amazing Top – 10 Sunday 29.04.2012 at 11am,6pm and 11pm GMT

10.Darren Rahn – Wave of the future (New Entry)

09.Steve Oliver – Up Front (New Entry)

08.Bobi SerafimovskiSunrise on the beach

07.Joyce Spencer – Pressing On

06.Acoustic Alchemy – One For Shorty

05.Peter White – Here We Go

04.Rob Tardik – Shakin’ The House

03.Joel Del Rosario – Side by side

02.Paul Brown – The Funky Joint

01.Chris Standring – Oliver’s Twist

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PETER CINCOTTI – METROPOLIS

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With its hard-driving beats, funky rhythms and stellar pop-centric sensibility, vocalist, pianist and composer Peter Cincotti’s fourth album, Metropolis, might be perceived as a sharp left turn from the jazz-focused, boy-crooner sound that established his career in America a decade ago.

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