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Midnight Mood

George Howard

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Album Review

For George Howard, Midnight Mood is business as usual, with the saxophonist (heard mostly on soprano) once again comfortable pursuing a pop/urban contemporary/jazz formula. Decent cuts include the haunting "Africa" and the sexy "Find Your Way" (which features R&B singer Marva King), although on tracks such as "Still in Love," "Within Your Eyes," and a cover of D'Angelo's R&B hit "Smooth," Howard carefully avoids spontaneity and sees to it that every note is in place.

Customer Reviews

Simply The Best

Are you kidding me, George Howard knew how to bring it like no - other! Don't sleep on this one!

Simply spectacular!

George Howard blows my socks off!!

Find Your Way to this Masterpiece

I am quite sure I have not heard...make that felt...such a penetrating arrangement of immaculate Chord changes as is laid down by GH on Find Your Way. This thing, this sound is profoundly beautiful.

Wow....just wow.

Biography

Born: 1956 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

George Howard's polished fusion of funk, jazz, and urban soul helped the soprano saxophonist become one of the most popular contemporary jazz performers of the '80s and '90s. Since he concentrated on groove and overall sound instead of improvisation, Howard never received much attention...
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