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New Rob Shinno 'Anthology' highlights 35 years of beautiful, distinctive music
(Published: February 17, 2019)

Rob Shinno is a driven, direct, and passionate artist with a special vibe. His music plenty lot of heart and personality, and in particular, it denotes his wide-ranging approach to modern jazz. Shinno has a natural tone, which highlights his musicianship and skills as a performer and arranger.

Shinno recently released a new album that's sort of a celebration of his best songs, Rob Shinno Anthology. This release serves as a beautiful retrospective on the artist's work, showcasing his distinctive style and sound from 35 years in the business including with bands such as Hemisphere, New Continent and UnCommon Ground.

The sound of this release is spacious, soothing and smooth, tipping the hat off to the best contemporary jazz. On songs like "Upstream," it is quite easy to see how well Shinno channels different influences, and on tracks like "West Coast Shuffle," he is also keen on exploring his more playful style. From New Age to electronica, Shinno shows the mastery of his craft.

More Information: https://www.hemispherejazz.com

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