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Cleveland Time CD Review:

  If you like Jazz this album is for you. As soon as you start to listen it was easy to hear the engineering and production was amazingly done, and the musicians were top notch. All the instruments blended perfectly. Matthew’s Saxophone playing was smooth and flowed through the songs. I found myself very entertained with the entire album.  The title song “Cleveland Time” was my favorite, with some modern edge and a little hip-hop vocal hook. An excellent portrayal of the city of Cleveland. Overall, I am glad I took time to listen to “Cleveland Time”. It opened my eyes to another point of musical view. Give it a spin and I am sure it will do the same for you.   


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   Cleveland Time is the first release from the group that features Matthew Alec(tenor saxophone and EWI),Brian Woods(piano, keyboards, organs, plus vocals on “Give What You Take” and “Baby You Got Me”),Steven Forest Sanders(guitar, plus vocals on “Enigma Man”),Jared Lees (bass),Jeremiah Hawkins (percussion, plus drums on “Baby You Got Me”), and Leon Henault (drums). The album also features special guests Tom‘ Bones’ Malone (trombone and horn section on “Cleveland Time”),MINUS THE ALIEN(vocals on “Cleveland Time”), and Tim Coyne(trumpet on “Blues For McCoy and “Enigma Man”. Cleveland Time is available to pre-save now a

Cleveland Time

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