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Dancers In A Dream

by Ken Greene

Spicy, upbeat and energizing Caribbean jazz with steeldrum lead, taking you on a magic ocean drive.
Genre: World: Caribbean
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1. Dancers in a Dream
KEN GREENE
5:03 $0.99
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2. Cool Nights
KEN GREENE
4:27 $0.99
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3. Ocean Drive
KEN GREENE
5:08 $0.99
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4. On a Vibe
KEN GREENE
4:43 $0.99
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5. River Lime
KEN GREENE
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6. A Twist of Samba
Ken Greene
3:43 $0.99
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7. Changes
Ken Greene
4:27 $0.99
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8. Serinity
Ken Greene
6:08 $0.99
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9. Love Want's to Dance
Ken Greene
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10. Just Give Me Love
Ken Greene
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
- Steel drums
Ken was born on the island of Trinidad, the birthplace of the Steel Drum, and performed with Casablanca, Syncopators, Starlift and Phase2 before relocating to the coral islands of Bermuda.

Opening for names like Roberta Flack, Jose Feliciano, Angela Bofil, Earl Klugh, The Manhattans, Gerald Albright and Najee, Ken played professionally on the night club circuit in Bermuda for fifteen years. He has also enjoyed entertaining extensively on cruise ships sailing out of American waters to foreign ports of call, and has performed in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and throughout the United States, where he now resides.

He currently plays special events on the private party circuit. Latin, Soca, Reggae and smooth jazz are the prominent sounds of his vast repertoire.

Listening to Ken Greene's music, you can close your eyes and feel that tropical breeze, hear the soft sounds of the waves and smell the sweet subtle scent of exotic blossoms, altogether an enjoyable journey through the imagination.

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T.D. Samuel

The first time I heard this CD, I knew I had to have it. WOW, is all that's nece
This is the first time I ever heard this artist play while listening to smooth jazz on my internet Windows Media Player. I was drawn in by the rendition of "Cool Nights" and wanted to hear more of Ken Greene and this sound. I ended up buying "Dancers" and another of his CDs S"weet Talking". I am a very particular music listener and have not been disappointed by either disc.
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T.D. Samuel

The first time I heard this CD, I knew I had to have it. WOW, is all that's nece
This is the first time I ever heard this artist perform while listening to smooth jazz on my internet Windows Media Player. I was drawn in by the rendition of "Cool Nights" and wanted to hear more of Ken Greene and his sound. I ended up buying "Dancers" and another of his CDs "Sweet Talking". I am a very particular music listener and have not been disappointed by either disc.
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Sayman

Absolutely marvelous album, certainly a departure fro Sweet Talking, which was
Ken Greene, the Kenny G of steel pans, has done it again, with another fine addition to the increasingly abundant mele of fine steel drum sounds to hit the airwaves. I'm sure I'll grow to like this one as much as I did Sweet Talking, the last one. Can't wait to get my hands on a hard copy.
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