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You Can't Say It in Public

by Yazband

Re-issue of Yazband's Album "You Can't Say It in Public" includes Yazband's original compositions influenced by Grover Washington, Jr., Maceo Parker and The Crusaders, featuring YAZ on sax.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. You Can't Say It in Public
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2. Cold Sweat
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3. First and Goal
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4. Dolphin Dance
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5. Low Down
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6. Rush Hour
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7. Thirty
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8. Bridge over Purple Sky
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9. I Wish
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10. Airport
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11. Sweet Smell of Love
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12. Every Thought Is of You
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13. You Can't Say It in Public (Extended Version)
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Re-issue of Yazband's Album "You Can't Say It in Public"
This album includes 9 Yazband's original compositions influenced by Grover Washington, Jr., Maceo Parker and The Crusaders, and smooth jazz arrangement of Herbie Hancock's "Dolphin Dance", Funk Jazz style of James Brown's "Cold Sweat", Boz Scaggs' "Low Down" , Stevie Wonder's "I Wish"

Native of Osaka Japan, Yasuyuki ”YAZ” Takagi came to New York City in 1992 and formed his own band “Yaz Band” in 2002. Yaz Band is a four piece group which plays classic R&B songs written by artists such as Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind & Fire and Marvin Gaye as well as original instrumental tunes influenced by Grover Washington, Jr., Maceo Parker and The Crusaders. As an official member of Music Under New York, Yaz Band has performed at various New York City subway stations. His group has gained further exposure and recognition “above ground” as they have performed abroad in Seoul, Korea in both 2003 & 2004 and in cities well beyond the New York metropolitan area. Yaz has also performed as part of Lincoln Center's “Out of Doors” Festival, at the historic “Minton's Playhouse”, and at the legendary “Apollo Theater”. Additionally, audiences have had the pleasure to hear his energetic and soulful playing at many venues throughout the metropolitan area. Yaz's popularity has soared to the extent that he has also appeared on television in his native Japan and New York City's smooth jazz radio station WQCD, better known as to New Yorkers as “CD 101.9”.

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