9 Songs, 37 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
28 Ratings
28 Ratings

Sweet Jazzy Soul.


Nice Jazzy grooves with strong R&B influence. Very nice Cd, with some real smooth jazz radio potential. His covers of The Nite Liters- K-Jee, & The Moments- Look at me are a few of my favorites. Night Flight and Free To Groove are also very strong tracks. I enjoyed the whole CD. As a Dj i can see myself playing this Cd at many wedding.
Vincent Ingala has an old soul for such a young talent. Great first Cd and I'm looking forward to hearing more.
Good Luck Vincent

J. Lang

Smooth and Impressive!


I LOVE this whole CD! I Love Vintage Vibe! Vincent ...you are so talented and cannot believe what you have accomplished in your young age! Look forward to more from you!

North End Soul


Really loved the vibe of "It is what it is". This is a definitely an excellent album for anyone who likes the smooth jazz sax sound. Best wishes Vinny.

About Vincent Ingala

Connecticut-born saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist Vincent Ingala makes warm, soulful, smooth jazz and R&B. A musical prodigy, Ingala started out on drums at age four and was teaching himself Elvis Presley songs on the guitar by the third grade. However, it was the tenor saxophone, an instrument Ingala gravitated toward while also studying piano in the fifth grade, that became his passion. Growing up in a large Italian family in Prospect, Connecticut, Ingala was exposed to his family's love of soul, jazz, and R&B. Inspired to play, Ingala began performing locally and eventually drew the attention of professional players, including smooth jazz star Dave Koz, who invited the then-16-year-old Ingala to join him on-stage. A year later, he recorded his first album, 2010's North End Soul. Ingala toured extensively behind the album and quickly built a loyal fan base. Two years later, he returned with his sophomore release, Can't Stop Now, which became two Billboard Top Five singles, and in 2015, Ingala returned with his third studio effort, Coast to Coast, inspired by his move to California. ~ Matt Collar

Prospect, CT
December 10, 1992



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