Hot Sauceby Jessy J
In four short years, contemporary/smooth jazz tenor saxophonist Jessica Arellano (Jessy J) has made quite a splash. Hot Sauce, her Heads Up International debut -- and fourth album overall -- was produced by Paul Brown, and includes guest appearances from heavyweights Joe Sample, drummer Harvey Mason, guitarist Ray Parker Jr., and/i>/a>
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Until someone tells me what is Jessy J's fourth album is, I will always consider this to be her third album. Anyway, this album is great. I found out about Jessy J, by just doing a search for some jazz music. I purchased this album at local store where I live. I have not really been able to put the album down since I first put this inside the CD player inside my car. I now have all three of her albums and this one is just as good as her first two albums. This is a really good mix of jazz and latin music, which I hope that was what she was going for, with this album. Overall the album, is definitely something that you can listen to from start to finish, tracks 1 (Remember The Night) , 5 ('Till You Make Up Your Mind - I am still left wondering if there was meant to be more at the end of this track), 6 (Meant To Be), and 9 (In A Sentimental Mood - definite respect for Duke Ellington jazz standard, especially with Saunders Sermons vocal talents adding to the Jessy's sax play), are songs that definitely get the "please press the repeat button" seal of approval. Definitely pick this up!!!!!!