Guitarist Peter White is planning a sequel to one of this most popular CDs.
Peter White has confirmed that he is working on the follow-up to his popular Reflections album from 1994. That CD remains one of the guitarist's most popular, and featured a collection of cover tunes from the 1970s. They included "Walk On By," "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" and "The Closer I Get To You," which all had Boney James on the saxophone.
“I was going through some of my old tapes, and I found my original demos for Reflections," he says. "And I forgot that there are so many songs on there that I never used. It’s quite amazing. You know, beause I think we put 10 songs on the Reflections CD. I have another 10 songs which never made it to the CD.”
White says that once again he wants to recruit some of the top names in smooth jazz for the project, which he is now in the process of finalizing the song selection. He says he’s got some classic songs from the 1970s in mind, but also has many tunes that he's hung onto.
While working on the project, White is gearing up to do some more touring in support of his current album, Confidential, which includes the smooth jazz hits “Talkin’ Bout Love” and the current “How Does It Feel.”
White will be performing in the brand-new Jazz Attack tour with Rick Braun, Richard Elliot and Jonathan Butler begining April 8 in Jacksonville, Fla.Posted by Brian Soergel at March 7, 2005 9:40 AM