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It's so interesting to me to know that, even avid church goers enjoy jazz, however they have to go to where jazz is played, which is typically not in the 4 walls of church.......However, kirk obviously recognizes this fact, therefore bringing jazz to the institution we call church. Awesome concept & delivery of masterful musical presentations.......We miss George tremendously on this project, but it's still incredibly awesome!


You are the reason why I continue picking up my horn to play. Thanks for not giving up after Columbia dropped you. Words cannot explain how much I appreciate you sir!!!!

Top Shelf as Usual!!

Kirk Whalum does it again! This CD ministers to the soul and to the spirit!


Born: July 11, 1958 in Memphis, TN

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

From his early days in Memphis where he played in his father's church choir, veteran saxophonist Kirk Whalum drew inspiration from the rich musical traditions of that city, including gospel, R&B, blues, and eventually jazz. He received a scholarship to attend music school at Texas Southern University, where he formed a band in 1979 and began playing shows on the local club circuit. When he opened for Bob James in Houston in 1984, the pianist was impressed with Whalum's expressive style, and invited...
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