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Gaye Tolan Hatfield | Smooth Around the Edges

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Smooth Around the Edges

by Gaye Tolan Hatfield

Smooth Jazz with a pop/new age influence played by excellent musicians...No Loops.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Why Not
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2. Patti's Song
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3. Out Cattin'
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4. Sanibel Sunrise
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5. Two and Four
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6. Twilight Whispers
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7. The Runaround
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8. Dark April
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9. Road to Home
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10. SambaUno
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11. It's All About Love
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Gaye Tolan Hatfield is a composer/arranger, instrumentalist and vocalist.
She is on the faculty of Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Her music has been heard on numerous network television programs and on radio. The musicians on this recording are first-rate, hailing from Boston, New York City and Los Angeles.

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Michael Fair- CD Baby artist

One of the better CDs I have heard on Cd Baby
Wow! real players and great production. A nice surprise to find a smooth jazz artist in the right category, should be in the editor's picks. A couple of the cuts are very reminiscent of the group "Fourplay", not that this is a bad thing. I especially like the guitar work. Check this CD out!
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