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After contemplating the vagaries of a Kiss Under the Moon and digging into an enduring realm of Devotion by blowing his saxy romance all over the stylistic map, Warren Hill strips down to the naked Truth of who he is and where his heart is headed on his no-nonsense third release. In the year since his last venture, his life had seen many new commitments and changes—marriage, moving from the uncertainty of L.A. to the simpler climate of Nashville, and the disc reflects the growth with an air of positive depth in addition to the steamy fun. Sticking to one production team this time out keeps Hill's electron darting, edgy horn passion out in front, and he seems to have adapted remarkably well to the Tennessee studio life. Matt Rollings adds his bluesy B-3 touch to the sweet yet bouncy ode to Hill's wife "Tamara," while his bright ivories seduce remarkably on the mid-tempo "Time For A Change" and the tender "Miss You Forever." Since the sultry "Passion Theme" has been his biggest hit to date, Hill may believe that his greatest strength is in the romance department.

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Warren Hill

It is refreshing to hear a Jazz musician write, record and produce his own album. He is a perfectionist and his work really resonates with me.

Biography

Born: 1966 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Jazz

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

Saxophonist Warren Hill was born in Toronto; one of five children, he began playing guitar at the age of eight, and by his teens was fronting a local rock group. Originally he turned to the sax only to play in his school band, making the instrument his total focus following his introduction to jazz during a summer program at the Eastman School in Rochester, NY; influenced by David Sanborn, Hill played each weekend in a local combo while studying physics at the University of Toronto, eventually dropping...
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