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Butterfly Legs

by Boday

Smooth Jazz, Cool grooves and sweet melodies are tied together by Boday's seasoned and tasteful guitar work..
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Brite Nites
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2. Hang On to Your Love
4:29 $0.99
3. Butterfly Legs
4:10 $0.99
4. Me and Mrs Jones
5:02 $0.99
5. Six to Twelve
3:55 $0.99
6. Evening With You
3:58 $0.99
7. Soulful Strut
4:19 $0.99
8. Carmine's Dance
4:35 $0.99
9. I Feel Good
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10. Aftermath
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11. Wagg the Dogg
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12. Midtown
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Album Notes
Remember the first time you heard a Smooth Jazz guitarist make their guitar sound as if it were singing out lyrics? Remember the first Smooth Jazz instrumental guitar song you listened to on the radio? Remember that powerful melodic sound that rang throughout your body?

It's time to get to know -- and remember -- Boday.

This accomplished studio guitarist came on the Minneapolis music scene several years ago by way of Grand Rapids, Michigan. A Twin Cities transplant, he's made a name for himself around the country gigging from state to state. He's had success with radio stations in and around the United States from major markets to secondary outlets.

Boday has opened for several artists including David Sandborn and Richard Elliot. With a style all his own and with comparisons to Larry Carlton, Richard Elliot and The Rippingtons, Boday stands within great company. Within the music industry analogies are drawn to artists all the time, comparing and dissecting one's style and work. Boday stands alone... fresh, energetic and alive. You'll be pleased how Boday's music stands on its own, winning listeners to his music from his first chord to the last.



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Jazz Week Magazine

#1 CHARTBOUND (Smooth Jazz) Album
#3 CHARTBUOND (Smooth Jazz) Single
WEEK OF DEC 18 2006


What a wonderful cd! Very relaxing to listen to in our fast paced world! We can't wait until Boday's next album!

Lyssa Preble

Uncle Boday, the Smooth Jazz virtuoso
Beautiful and alluring. You're playing needs no accompaniment, for your guitar has as much range and variety as the best vocalist. You can weave any story with the your well trained fingers and the strings of your guitar. This album is brilliant.

Smoothjazz.com Review

A Savory Audio Gumbo!
Twin Cities guitarist Boday once again comes through radiantly, with an engaging collection of totally listenable Smooth Jazz tunes on his 4th album, BUTTERFLY LEGS. From the eight enticing originals, co-written with his musical compatriot Tom Behr, to four well-chosen covers, Boday shows once again that he clearly gets what today’s Smooth Jazz is all about; and he delivers his music, as always, with superb musicianship, panache and sparkling production. Running down the tracks for you, the ones that keep coming up for me as favorites include the gentle and lyrical “Brite Nites,” his tasty re-do of Sade’s “Hang On To Your Love,” the delightful title track, the ever-so sultry “Me and Mrs. Jones,” the entrancing “Six To Twelve” (the first radio single), and of course his cool take on the late James Brown’s immortal “I Feel Good.” Actually, taken as a whole, BUTTERFLY LEGS is a savory auditory gumbo that beautifully illustrates how well Boday has merged his varied musical influences over the years. It’s a well-paced album that includes a bounty of warm, lyrical melodies and alluring rhythms. I’ve long been a fan of this guy’s work, and am pleased to recommend his latest offering as yet another venerable example of why he is affectionately referred to as “the Midwest’s Smooth Jazz Artist.” ~SCOTT O'BRIEN