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by Minority Report

The Minority Report offers a blend of genres which combines contemporary groove with a keen sense of romance, grace and beauty. Music that one can share over and over again and continually experience it's healing power.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Coast Highway
3:43 $0.99
2. Koto Madness
3:57 $0.99
3. The Longest Kiss
4:00 $0.99
4. On The Edge
4:51 $0.99
5. Slow and Easy
4:48 $0.99
6. Two Worlds
4:32 $0.99
7. Mile High
5:14 $0.99
8. Three of Four
4:36 $0.99
9. Those Memories
3:57 $0.99
10. Lone Trombone
4:07 $0.99
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Album Notes
All tunes written and produced by:
Manasian, Mitchell & Iji

Billy Mitchell (Keys, synths and percussion)
.... has recorded eight solo projects, several placing high on Billboard's contemporary jazz charts and continues to receive national and international airplay. Born in upstate, New York, Mitchell became involved in music in college, moving to Los Angeles in the early 70s to pursue his career. His band has performed at many international festivals is a mainstay of the west coast music scene. Featured in Clint Eastwood's film "Bird," he has received many awards for his continued work with young musicians. A published writer,("The Gigging Musician") he founded The Scholarship Audition Performance Preparatory Academy (SAPPA) and is a leading of music and arts education.

Masanori Iji (Electric bass and drum programs)
.... Is a native of Tokyo. "Nori" began studying bass at 15 and performed locally in Japan as a member of the band "Macc Mix Jr." which released "Happily Ever After" (Bandai Music Records -1995). Nori came to the US to continue his music education. With a full schedule as managing director of the Arai Music Netwirk, he juggles his schedule between the southern California recording scene and live performances.

Tom Manasian (Recording engineer and trombone)
...a Los Angeles native and a product of LA City College/Cal State LA. As a trombonist toured with the Johnny Mathis Orchestra, Gary Pucket and the Union Gapp, Delaney, Bonnie & Friends. Beside being a touring musician, Manasian has owned and operated Tomsonics Recording Studio for the past twenty years, recording such artist as Latin Jazz great, Bobby Rodriguez, receiving a Grammy nomination for best engineer.



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John and Elly

Great CD -Super music- excecuted very well -very mellow numbers
We loved every, well and masterfully played number

Leah Rollins

musician/music teacher
I loved every minute of it! The "Koto Madness" is my favorite, with its cultural "coolness" and great groove. Keep the super tunes coming!

Samantha Laine - One Voice Counts

Same as before, better than ever
This is Mitchell come home. For anyone who wants to travel in time this CD will take you there. Peru, Africa or Pacific Coast Highway. Or an imaginary island. Kudos - again - to Billy Mitchell.

Tito Rodriguez

Awesome!!! Billy Mitchell and Company keep the vibe alive
I love this CD. Definitely a must have for the jazz aficionado. A smooth collection that keeps the body swaying. All the tracks are great, my favorite is track 9 (Those Memories). Can't wait to hear it live.

H. Michael Henderson

Of the many albums previously recorded by Billy Mitchell, this by far is his ver
Of all the works previously written and recorded by Billy Mitchell, this by far, is his very best and most productive work to date. The national recognition as a jazz keyboardist extrordinaire which has eluded him for so many years is surely on the horizion. Kudos to Billy Mitchell and company on a superb work of listening enjoyment. Looking forward to his ascension up the musical stairway to heaven in the future.