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New album from saxophonist Eugene Hunter Jr. ignites with boundless enthusiasm
(Published: February 20, 2016)

It's My Time is flawlessly shaped for relaxation. Each cut on the album naturally stems from unfathomable passion for untainted, good music. Once you hear Eugene Hunter Jr.'s exquisite sax, you would not be able to stop; instead, you just find yourself floating in bliss, towards euphoria, unrestrained, wholly detached from reality.

When you are too stressed, having been spreading yourself way too thin, there is no better way to relax but to go out having drinks with friends, with Hunter on in the background blowing off that steam away. "Drive Time," has a sunny, high-spirited vibe to it. Hunter ignites his saxophone with boundless enthusiasm. The groovy backbeat brings out a pulsating chill-out tune. The smooth keyboards and crunching bass deliver a contemporary approach.

Hunter heats up the air with his slow jam, "Forever in Love." The sensual, smooth saxophone plays well with Marcus Cole's seductive vocals. Firing up the sax soothes glowingly with what it apparently conveys. You do not even need a partner to effusively enjoy this cut. The song alone consistently fills up the desire.

The title track braces with invigoration. The euphonious sound of guitar, stimulating bass and Hunter's soprano sax create that hip, jazzy feel, completing the package in perfect harmony. The sound is brilliantly revitalizing.

Rolling in profound delight, "Something Something Groove" entrancingly screams pleasure. Skillfully shuffling the beat, Hunter liberally ascends, shoots extraordinarily and halts the piece tastefully.

More Information: http://www.saxgrooves4u.com

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