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Jeff Horvitch - Jewish Jazz Caffe

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Release Date: December 15, 2006

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    good music...really good music!

    This is more of a mix of New Age and modern jazz than a "Jazz" album in the more classic sense, despite the name. The music has guitar...electric guitar...and other modern electronic instruments with a touch of others, that conjure the sounds of Satriani and others of that genre. But the rich saxophone sounds do cause the music to gravitate to a modern kind of jazz, that is often referred to as "easy listening," more so than a "Dave Brubecky" kind of sound. In any event, the cuts on this album are relaxing and still interesting with a tasteful and modern Jewish soul and well worth a listen.