Gene Cannon | Soul Dances

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Soul Dances

by Gene Cannon

The Smooth Jazz Lovers Saxophonist...influenced by the soul of Grover Washington, Jr., the funk of Boney James, the hippness of Dave Koz, and the passion of David's all here with Gene Cannon's debut
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Lovin' Life
3:56 $0.99
2. St. Augustine
4:26 $0.99
3. Alanna's Dream
6:11 $0.99
4. Got To Be Real
4:13 $0.99
5. Cathedral Rock
4:55 $0.99
6. She's An Angel
4:14 $0.99
7. G-Man
4:24 $0.99
8. That's What You Do
4:16 $0.99
9. Outside The Box
4:04 $0.99
10. Baby C
4:06 $0.99
11. Your Smile
3:25 $0.99
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Album Notes
Gene Cannon began playing the saxophone at the age of nine. Introduced to music as a small child while singing in the church choir, Gene began what would become a life-long love affair...his love and passion for music.

Gene continued studying music throughout high school. His love for music hit a pivotal point when he watched Lou Marini (Blood, Sweat, & Tears and Saturday Night Live) play a clinic and concert. Seeing the incredible talent of Lou playing live, right in front of him, changed the course of Gene’s life, forever. At that moment, Gene was inspired to become a professional sax player and follow his dream. He went on to study music at the University of South Florida in Tampa and began playing local gigs and joined his first band, Solution. During his time with Solution, he was the bands manager, sax player, flautist, keyboard player, and vocalist for fifteen years.

Since those early days, Gene has gone on to open for and perform with a long list of prominent musicians. Among those, George Benson, The Average White Band, Brian Culbertson, Richard Elliot, Steve Cole, Paul Taylor, Greg Karukas, Patti Austin, Regina Bell, Special EFX, Rick Braun, Peter White, Paul Brown, Euge Groove, The Rippingtons, and Ken Navarro .

While Gene has performed with live bands since his teen years, he has also worked steadily as a studio musician at studios, such as, Studio A of Tampa Bay, Morris Sound, and Sound Asylum. As a recording artist, he has played on the internationally distributed works of Allon Sams (Bayshore, Place in Time, and Music and Laughter), Les Sabler (Bridge the Gap) and Paul Brown (The City). You have probably heard Gene on the radio and television and just not known it! Some notable commercial projects he has played on are The Melting Pot, Sweet Bay, Hops Restaurant Chain, Time Warner Road Runner, Tony Little Workout Videos, Varilux Comforting Sounds CD (13,000 copies distributed world-wide), ESPN and the Home Shopping Network.

Among his current appearances, you can find Gene with Allon Sams and Friends, and as a featured musician with Major League Baseball’s Tampa Bay Devil Rays and the world famous "Off the Cuff" Band appearing weekly at "The Fox" in Tampa, Florida.



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Johnny Mag Sax

Very Nice Stuff !!
This guy is Awesome !! Very nice stuff man !!,..... Folks !! ,... Do yourself a favor and Check out this cd !!

Yours Truly ,...

Johnny , from Orlando

Peter from

Top notch smooth jazz
Top notch smooth jazz by a great sax player with a little help from keyboard player Allon Sams - very recommend!

Laurie Ertz

The sounds fill me with memories
The title Soul Dances has special meaning to me too. I can close my eyes and feel the presence of people who are very dear to me. Your wife is one...Jan another.
my first time hearing your music was when Jan gifted the CD to us at her birthday party.
Thank you for the gift of this beautiful, meaningful, relaxing music. It makes me feel like my soul is dancing too!