June 10, 2004

Everette Harp Puts Song Samples Online

It's not coming out until later this summer, but you can listen to selections from Everette Harp's new CD right now.

everetteharp.jpgSmooth jazz saxophonist Everette Harp has a new album coming out later this summer, but he'd like you to get a sneak preview now. Harp has placed samples of seven of the 12 songs on All For You on his website, everetteharp.com. Each sample is about a minute long, and the songs include “Kisses Don’t Lie,” “Just Like Old Times,” “When Can I See You Again,” “Time of Our Lives,” “I Remember When” and the album’s first single, “Can You Hear Me.” The album, his debut for the A440 Music Group label and the first since 2000’s For the Love, includes guest appearances by keyboardist George Duke and guitarists Norman Brown, Earl Klugh, Paul Jackson Jr. and Dwight Sills. Everette co-produced the album with veteran smooth jazz producer Rex Rideout.

Posted by Brian Soergel at June 10, 2004 4:08 AM