Andrew Neu - Try Something Neu  | Jazz | 320Kbps | 106MB
Artist: Andrew Neu Title Of Album: Try Something Neu Year Of Release: 2009 Label: Nu Groove Records Genre: Jazz / Nu-Jazz / Smooth Jazz Format: MP3 Bitrate: CBR 320 kbps Tracks: 11 Total Time: 51:20 min Total Size: 106 MB WebSite: AndrewNeu.com
Tracklist: 01. Chez Cool (Feat. Chuck Loeb) (4:36) 02. Libra Rising (Feat. Brian Bromberg) (5:53) 03. South By Southwest (5:37) 04. Open Mind (Feat. Dan Siegel) (3:53) 05. The Way Forward (4:01) 06. Next Time I Fall In Love (Feat. Bobby Caldwell) (3:49) 07. No Hang Tonight (5:28) 08. Wanderlust (4:41) 09. The Nut (4:05) 10. Try Something Neu (5:27) 11. Next Time I Fall In Love (Instrumental) (3:47)
Chuck Loeb; Brian Bromberg; Dan Siegel; Bobby Caldwell; Brian Culbertson; Gerald Veasley and more.
Sweet sounds from Philly have been making their way across the nation. With the release of IN CLEAR VIEW, Andrew Neu has moved to the forefront of jazz. Rave reviews from the national press for his technical expertise and high profile concerts with the legendary Bobby Caldwell have shown that Andrew Neu is indeed a Philly star on the rise.
By blending a unique mix of jazz, R&B, and Latin music, Andrew Neu delivers a fresh, new sound to the contemporary jazz scene. In a market with an abundance of great musicians, it is difficult to get heard. But sometimes you come across an artist that just stands out from the pack and grabs your attention. Andrew Neu, a saxophonist from Philadelphia, is just that person.
Andrew is well respected throughout the industry for his work as a saxophonist, arranger, composer and recording artist. Whether he's in concert with The Philly Pops, a sideman with national headliners, or performing with his own band, Andrew's musicianship and engaging stage presence are sure to get the audience on their feet.
Andrew has shared the stage with Sir Elton John, Patti Labelle, Bobby Caldwell, Mellissa Manchester, Mel Torme, The Four Tops, and The Temptations among others. He has also recorded with Sister Sledge, Manhattan Transfer, and jazz legend Buddy DeFranco. Another highlight was when Andrew was asked to perform a concert in tribute to Grover Washington, Jr. at the Grover Washington Jr. Middle School. "Grover was one of my biggest influences when I was learning to play, and it was a tremendous thrill to be able to honor him with his family in attendance", says Andrew.