News Jazz 15/06/2004

Cameron Weckerley releases his indie album 'Angie's Lullaby'



NEW YORK (Talking Heart Music) - In testement to the growing popularity of the indie jazz scene Cameron Weckerley's first independent release, "Angie's Lullaby" has just recieved a rave reveiw from 'Muzik Reviewz' (a site devoted typically to pop and rock music so the inclusion of an indie jazz release is a powerful step in moving the music forward).

"Weckerley's CD 'Angie's Lullaby' is an highly developed amalgamation of jazz and blues. As an instrumental piece it stands on its own, a product of creativity and solid musicianship. Cameron Weckerley has all the attention with this one. There's no gimmick here, just the right groove. And boy does he play it well! The production is excellent, and nothing gets in the way of your musical experience.

The key to the success of this cd will be that Weckerley knows how to keep you interested, how can you not be interested when you hear him have his way with the piano. It doesn't require anything but a love for music, an ear for groove and a solid base of musicianship and quality. And this is what Cameron Weckerley has brought to this cd project many many many times over."






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