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Steven Manikowski | Feelin' Fine

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Feelin' Fine

by Steven Manikowski

A fusion of jazz and pop centered around the acoustic guitar and laced with saxophone and electric guitar all the while supported with a melodic bass and congas/drums.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Taylor Made
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2. Feelin' Fine
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3. Seeing You Again
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4. Lakeshore Drive
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5. Coconut Grove
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6. Traveling Thru Tuscany
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7. Sunset in Sarasota
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8. Jaselle Nicole
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9. I'm Coming Home
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10. Along the Shoreline
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11. Joshua Steven
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
With the release of "Feelin' Fine", Steven Manikowski elicits exactly what the album title suggests. The album flows effortlessly from one track to the next in a smooth and natural rhythm. The end result is a listening experience that is both relaxing and positive. Dynamics of the album range from the easygoing opening number 'Taylor Made' (think James Taylor meets smooth jazz) to the driving rhythm of 'Lakeshore Drive' through to the caribbean influenced 'Coconut Grove' and ends with a melodic intertwining produced by two complementary acoustic guitars on 'Joshua Steven'. This is an instrumental album that blurs the lines between jazz, pop, and rock, creating a fresh new sound that should be awarded its own genre.

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