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Street Scene

by Jay Patten

Saxophonist,vocalist, songwriter Jay Patten has released his "Street Scene" album ,a collection of eight instrumentals and five vocal tracks ranging in styles from jazz to pop to Americana.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Rocky Top
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2. Nice to Be Here
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3. Lady Blue
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4. There's a Rainbow
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5. Hometown Serenade
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6. Let It Be Me
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7. When Love Goes
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8. Endless Possibilities
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9. Street Scene
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10. When Johnny Comes Marching Home
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11. Heart to Heart, Soul to Soul
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12. Music Row Stomp
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13. Peace Prayer
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Street Scene" is Jay Patten's tribute to his adopted hometown of Nashville,Tennessee. It contains eight instrumentals featuring Jay's emotional saxophone performances as well as five songs featuring his crisp, smooth vocals. Many of Nashville's finest singers and musicians make guest appearances including Crystal Gayle , Jonell Mosser , Andy Reiss , Mike Loudermilk, Billy Contreras and many more.
As a studio saxophonist ,he has recorded for people like Johnny Cash, Michael Johnson, Delbert McClinton ,Leon Russel, Nanci Griffith , Crystal Gayle and more.
Crystal took notice and hired Jay and he has been her bandleader/ music director for decades.
Jay is a graduate of Berklee College Of Music . He toured the world as featured vocalist and guitarist with the new Glenn Miller Orchestra with jazz clarinetist Buddy DeFranco as leader.
He has recorded six well received albums including his CBS/Sony "Black Hat And Saxophone." He lives a life filled with music
Check out "Street Scene ", a gift of passion from a diverse musical artist.


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michael pellecchia

Street Scene is a Master Work
I've reviewed and interviewed reed players from Kenny G to Stanley Turrentine, from Moe Koffman to Eddie Daniels, and their great sounds and styles have always made me feel like a kid in musical candy store. So much to love. Then there's the cats you hear less about, who support other peoples' music before themselves. A whole 'nother class of musicians with names you'd only hear as a fan-- Dave Koz, Jim Horn, you get the idea. Jay Patten is one of these. He's had careers as a soloist, a sideman for superstars, a music director for most of Crystal Gayle's career, a songwriter, producer, arranger and most of all, a real Nashville "townie." He came there from California (on Jim Stafford's advice, if I have the history right), and never left. This album is like a tribute to the mutual support system of Music City. Every second of every song is laid out with killer instincts and marvelous creativity. Jay's vocals and horn are both one soul who swings and rocks and loves romance, funk, jazz, and yes....even country! "Rocky Top" and "When Johnny Comes Marching Home" are familiar melodies. Less so are "Street Scene," "Peace Prayer" and "Hometown Serenade," but once you've heard them, you feel like you've heard them all your life. Call me corny but I love "There's A Rainbow," "Nice To Be Here," and "Heart to Heart, Soul to Soul" for their unvarnished positive feelings. Maybe it's too late for a spoiler alert, but if you buy this album you are going to smile and feel good. Here's a toast to Cupid, Dionysius, and the Good Lord him/her self for sending Jay Patten and his music to Nashville, and the rest of us too!
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