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Can You Feel It

Rick Braun

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iTunes Editors’ Notes

Rick Braun set aside his smooth grooves for 2011’s aptly titled Sings with Strings. While that effort was no embarrassment, the trumpeter goes back to his funky, mostly instrumental sweet spot with Can You Feel It. He also brings some pretty heady players along with him—Dave Koz joins the fun for the soulful standout “Get up and Dance,” while Brian Culbertson adds piano to the uptempo “Back to Back.” Jeff Lorber cowrites both “Delta” and “Radar” and plays guitar and keyboards on them too. Braun is even joined by Euge Groove on Al Green’s “Take Me to the River” and the horn-driven “Dr. Funkenstein,” with American Idol's Elliott Yamin lending his vocals to the former. But despite this revolving door of personnel, Braun and coproducer Bud Harner make the chemistry sound as natural as a working band. The two also exercise a distinct sense of taste, eschewing the dated production sheen of most smooth jazz efforts in favor of something closer to timeless R&B.

Customer Reviews

Rick is Back!!

To the guy who posted "Out of Date”, you need to go back and listen to Rick’s early stuff. This is Rick in his true form. It is obvious that your not a true smooth jazz person by your comment. Rick is at the top of his game!!

Rick is the Man!!!

This Album is fantastic. My girlfriend almost fell in to his lap this spring in Vegas listening to his smooth sounds. What a great mix of songs and his trumpet playing is amazing! One of my all time favorite smooth jazz artist!

Very Good

Best one is “Take Me to the River". What a jam.


Born: July 6, 1955 in Allentown, PA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A native of Allentown, Pennsylvania, trumpeter Rick Braun first surfaced as a member of the jazz-fusion outfit Auracle, formed while he was a student at the prestigious Eastman School of Music. After two LPs the group disbanded, and Braun turned to songwriting, scoring a hit with REO Speedwagon's "Here with Me"; in time he directed his focus to contemporary jazz, issuing his solo debut, Intimate Secrets, in 1993. After touring with Sade, he returned in 1994 with Night Walk as well as the seasonal...
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