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Welcome To Paradise!
An assortment of tranquil tunes and carnival rhythms.

Kenny G made the saxophone a sexy piece of metal and took jazz from the smoky insides of back-alley bars to the front of world-wide radio. After a sabbatical of three years, "Paradise" is an assortment of tranquil tunes and a couple of carnival rhythms.

"Brazil", the opening, is a festive, heady number, while the title track "Paradise" is a temperate, reined-in composition with a hint of buoyancy. "One More Time" is one of the two tracks accompanied by vocals - in this case, the soaring strains of Chante Moore, with Kennyís stirring saxophone employing the interlude between the verses to impress upon listeners the ingenuity of the instrument.

"Seaside Jam" is a synthesis of zazz and R&B, blending the quicksilver of the sax with the cadenced beat of the guitar. "All the Way" sung by Brian McKnight, is of the R&B genre, with the sax loaning the rhythm to Brianís vlues. "Midnight" ups the tempo with a definite velocity and "Peace" sums it up with serenity.

An instrumentalist of refinement, Kenny G is as elegant as he is contemporary. As the name suggests, "Paradise" is telling of the mood the album evokes - tranquility, interrupted by moments of revelry!

Paradise | Kenny G

In boombox...
Patience - George Michael
Think Tank - Blur
My Private Nation - Train
A Progress In Trance - Compilation
The Fast And The Furious - Compilation
In colophon...
Hostage - Robert Crais
The Dead Heart - Douglas Kennedy
Right As Rain - George Pelecanos
In cut!...
American Chai
The Core
In potluck...
Pizza Hut
Sanuk Thai
In stage left...
The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare (Abridged)
All My Sons
The Typists
In gamepad...
Starcraft: Brood War
Jet Fighter: Full Burn
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