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Terry Gomes | Blue. Green. Aquamarine.

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Blue. Green. Aquamarine.

by Terry Gomes

Sip an infectious smoothie of jazz guitar, well mixed, with a touch of Latin spirit!
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Then She Danced
3:53 $0.99
2. Never Been Better
3:10 $0.99
3. Quittin' Time
3:23 $0.99
4. Oh, It's You
4:11 $0.99
5. Not What I Thought It Would Be
3:44 $0.99
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Based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Terry is back with his sixth recording. In 2010 he decided to shift from writing folk/rock singer-songwriter material to writing instrumental, smooth jazz/Latin guitar-based music. This new project bridges the gap between his last two guitar offerings, “Shh” and “The Sand in My Shoes." Combining elements of Jazz and Latin music, he now presents five engaging and dynamic tracks on, “Blue. Green. Aquamarine.” The title refers to the blend of musical colours on the project.

In addition, this EP highlights Canadian jazz piano legend, Brian Browne, on the final track. It also hosts a stellar group of Ottawa musicians including producer and drummer Ross Murray, bassist Stu Watkins (formerly of The Tenors), and many others.

His last project, “The Sand In My Shoes” received positive press in Exclaim!, Cashbox Canada, The Daily Vault and The Smooth Jazz Ride. He has received extensive airplay across Canada on many CBC stations and is in continued rotation on Stingray Radio, The Jewel and other community stations throughout Ontario. He has been featured in CBC’s Music Matters and been interviewed many times on radio stations in the Ottawa area.



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