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Groovy, soothing, sensual with a twist of southern inspired sounds in a rhythmic beat; these are the few things to describe what a instrumental of this nature consist of. When I hear this song called "Bounce", it brings just that... a bounce in the head shoulders and even hips if anyone dances to it. The composition of this tune opens a mental portal where someone can be in a vibe of feeling a breeze outside on a sunny day distancing themselves from worries becoming relaxed in the world of Jazz. A tune of this caliber deserves to be played among friends and used as a tool to enlighten many others to keep genre of Jazz alive. Jazzgroupiez have made it known that they're time has come and approaching on the scene to leave a mark for not only the younger generation but to bring forth a revisiting to the older ones as well. If I had to rate "Bounce", I will give it a 9 for authenticity performance and confidence in carrying the torch of many jazz musicians before them to pass it along the new listener.


Jazzgroupiez.com is a jazz website dedicated to celebrating the past, present and future of jazz. Initially this started off as a passion project 5 years ago traveling the US in search of great jazz and sharing the pics. Now we are expanding to promoting the culture and focusing strongly on getting the younger generations excited about jazz (hence the EP title Millinaissance. The album if four jazz based beats I produced influenced by the last 60 years of jazz. 




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