Soprano saxophonist Marion Meadows plays what has to be called smooth jazz, but he stretches the template a bit by incorporating subtly nuanced Latin, Eastern, and African touches into his style. Whisper is Meadows' first new studio album since 2009's Secrets, and in many ways it works as a sort of follow-up bookend to that earlier project, and while it doesn't really ruffle any feathers, or even try to, it does generate a nice little smooth and rhythmic breeze.
Performance CreditsMarion Meadows Primary Artist,Soprano Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Bob Baldwin Keyboards
Rahni Song Keyboards
Mike Broening Keyboards
Carlo Pennisi Guitar,Keyboards
Joey Sommerville Trumpet
Althea Rene Flute
Ragan Whiteside Flute
John Roberts Drums
Julian Davis Harmonica
Technical CreditsBob Baldwin Composer,Producer,Engineer
Marion Meadows Composer,Producer,Graphic Design
Dave Grusin Composer
Freddie Hubbard Composer
Dave Love Executive Producer
Rahni Song Composer,Producer,Engineer
Mike Broening Composer,Producer,Engineer
Carlo Pennisi Composer,Producer,Engineer
Dennis Johnson Engineer
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Whisper based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Wonderful saxophone easy jazz! What a great mixture of music.