Artist: Jeff Carver
Genre: Smooth Jazz, Jazz-Pop
Quality: mp3, 320 kbps
Where Is the Love (00:05:02)
Hello Again (00:04:34)
Here’s That Rainy Day (00:06:42)
Southern Nights (00:05:08)
Till There Was You (00:04:31)
This Guys in Love with You (00:04:21)
How Insensitive (00:04:47)
Both Sides Now (00:06:10)
I Really Don’t Want Much for Christmas (00:04:19)
Unchained Melody (00:03:56)
‘Interpretations’ is Jeff Carver’s first solo album project. Jeff recorded a beautiful Christmas record in 2012 with keyboardist and RCA recording artist, Rahjta Ren, called ‘The Merry Christmas Sessions’. Jeff also collaborated with Joe Alley of Joe Alley Productions, in Minneapolis in late 2001, on an album called ‘Gettin’ Comfortable’, an original project for Southern Comfort liquors. Joe played sax and also wrote all the songs for that album. (Also on that record is Fleetwood Mac’s amazing keyboardist, Ricky Peterson, who plays unbelievable B3 organ and piano on a few tracks). Jeff still does a lot of contract recording work with Joe Alley to this day. Jeff can also be heard soloing on flugelhorn and/or playing lead trumpet on many other artists albums, including Nashville’s Jeff Dayton (of the Glen Campbell band), and on albums and projects with Emmy-winner, “Shaun Johnson and The Big Band Experience”.
‘Interpretations’ brings together all Jeff’s favorite things, love songs with emotional lyrics, warm and moving flugelhorn solos, meaningful melodies, well played grooves and a variety of musical styles and arrangements. If you were to pick one album to help breathe in the air, make you want to sit by the fire, sip wine, and let your troubles melt away, this is that album. You will find yourself invited into the versatility of Jeff’s approaches to these familiar melodies that you thought you knew. ‘Interpretations’ will hopefully give you an oasis in your day to take time and remember these great songs, and breathe a little easier.