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Promises

by Alan Roubik

A romantic pop-instrumental CD featuring top studio musicians including Grant Geissman, Paul Russo, Melvin David, Hal Melia, and others; string orchestra conducted by Susie Katayama. The title track "Promises" was a big hit on MTV Asia, Star TV and PBS.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Promises
4:04 $0.99
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2. Without You
5:05 $0.99
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3. Serenade
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4. Double-talk
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5. Sidestep
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6. Are You Far
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7. Changes
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8. L.A. JAZZ
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9. First Love
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Promises" was Alan's first CD release, featuring romantic and upbeat pop-style instrumental music, with a blend of contemporary jazz, classical, R&B and Latin influences. Shortly after making an impact on Adult Contemporary radio stations in the US, Alan produced a music video of the title track "Promises," co-produced with John Landis, and filmed in Malibu, California. It was immediately picked up by MTV Asia, Star TV Asia, MOR and later featured on the Home Shopping Network, PBS, Classic Arts Showcase, and other mainstream broadcast networks. Musicians: Alan Roubik (piano / composer), Grant Geissman (guitar), Melvin Davis (bass), Paul Russo and Hall Melia (saxophone), Dave Hooper (drums), Cristobal Granados (percussion), Suzie Katayama (string orchestrator and conductor), chief recording engineer Alan Hirshberg.

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