Caribbean jazz journalist commends artist for his heartfelt musical talent.
Port of Spain, Trinidad, W.I. (PRWEB) April 26, 2005 -- On Friday, April 15,
2005, The Trinidad Guardian newspaper published a glowing review of the new
smooth jazz/neo-soul CD entitled, "Songs From The Heart Part 1" from
singer-songwriter Denarris. The author of the article, jazz journalist Asha
Small, designated track three entitled, "Midnight Kiss," as one of her
favorites, igniting jazz radio stations in the U.S., and compared his style and
talent to that of acclaimed jazz pianist Bobby Lyle.
Other jazz tunes highlighted in the review included track one, "Walker," which she described as an infectious and happy-go-lucky groove. Track five, "Hit Session" was praised for its highway cruising suitability and depth of electric relaxation.
Other songs featured in the review included the love ballads "I Think I'm Falling in Love" and "I Need Your Love."
For more details on The Trinidad Guardian review, please visit http://www.guardian.co.tt/archives/2005-04-15/.
Denarris is available for interviews by contacting Carla Crudup. His new CD, "Songs From The Heart Part 1" is available at area record stores and online at www.amazon.com. www.cdbaby.com or www.denarrismusic.com.
About Denarris Music
Deanarris Music is headquartered in Torrance, California and specializes in the writing and recording of smooth jazz, neo-soul, R&B, and easy listening music. The company also has expertise in developing and creating music for television, film and commercials.
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