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Lucky Man
Dave Koz
Lucky Man
Genres: Jazz, Pop
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Binding: Audio CD Artist: Koz, Dave


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All Artists: Dave Koz
Title: Lucky Man
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 14
Label: Capitol
Original Release Date: 6/29/1993
Release Date: 6/29/1993
Genres: Jazz, Pop
Styles: Jazz Fusion, Smooth Jazz, Adult Contemporary, Easy Listening
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 077779889228, 0077778942252, 0077779889259, 077779889242, 077779889259


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Binding: Audio CD
Artist: Koz, Dave

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Excellent early work from the sax man
nightfly27 | Temple, PA | 02/26/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I first heard Dave Koz on an episode of Beverly Hills, 90210. He was supposedly in concert and he played "You Make me Smile" and I couldn't believe how much I liked the song. It was peppy, upbeat, and downright fun. So, I came across the CD and gave it a listen. The whole disc is filled with music that makes you notice it. Perhaps the most fun track is "Saxman" which features Koz, Clarence Clemons, and Steven "Doc" Kupka, from Tower of Power. Another quality track on the disc is "Tender is the Night" which features Phil Perry on vocals.Koz always seems to work with excellent talent, and he continues to do so on this record. In addition to Perry, Clemons, and Kupka, he also works with his brother, Jeff, Jeff Lorber, Nathan East, Bill Payne (from Little Feat), Jimmy Haslip, and Booker T. Jones. All in all, a worthy album for any jazz lover's collection."
He just gets better with time.
nightfly27 | 06/14/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Until a friend recommended this album to me, I had no idea who Dave Koz was. I hadn't even listened to him. Now I'm flat-out in love with his music! "Shaking the Shack" is a track I love to play, with the slick sax sounds blended in with the sweet guitar of Robben Ford and Chester Thompson's jamming organ solo. I also like "Faces of the Heart," even though I haven't watched ABC's "General Hospital." My other favorite tracks are "Don't Look Any Further," "Saxman," and "Wait a Little While." And Koz ahs definitely saved the best for last with the sentimental "Misty." If you want a jazz album that shows a mix of emotions effectively, then look for this and other Dave Koz albums. Play that jazzy music, white boy!"