In The Mix with Reggie TheJazzman
Have You Had Your Jazz Today?
Sunday's Gospel Brunch, The 'REAL' Soul Food (Vol 6) 2015
June 20, 2015 04:19 PM PDT
I Will Wait Jocelyn Brown
May 23, 2015 08:22 AM PDT
30 minute mix of jazz to groove to...
Intro Reggie TheJazzman
April 23, 2015 04:11 PM PDT
Soundtrack to My Life Myroslav Levytsky & Rens Newland
March 21, 2013 08:22 PM PDT
Smooth melodies create the atmosphere and thought-provoking lyrics take it all to the next level. One of the true mysteries of love is its simplicity. When you think about it, it really bends the mind. But when love embraces you, hold on and never let go. True beauty also shares that same simplicity, like the beauty of a single white rose. Love...it's what the world needs now. May this mix find you in the best of love and simplicity. XOX Reggie TheJazzman
Includes the tracks:
Love Introduction Kim Waters
January 19, 2015 02:21 AM PST
While i was looking through my catalog for songs and song titles relevant to Martin Luther King Jr., I thought about the deep south where many of his battles were fought. Of course, three key cities involved in the civil rights movement were Selma, Montgomery and Birmingham. Along with marches and non-violent protests, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered some of his most memorable speeches in these locations. When I saw Eric's title 'Somewhere In Alabama', I was curious so I listened and instantly knew this was the song that I was searching for. Soulful, emotional and raw.
Having familiarized myself with many of Martin's speeches, all that was left was to find a message that was moving, powerful and fitting. Eric's guitar work and lead in laid the foundation for Martin's delivery and as the song transitions, I carefully positioned Martin's prophetic speech.
After listening to the final mix several times, I was left with an overwhelming feeling of awe of what's been accomplished and how far we still have to go. Eric after hearing the finsihed product was moved as well.
Special thanks to Eric Essix, a Birmingham Alabam native who allowed me use of his tune.
December 27, 2014 07:18 PM PST
Just as I Am Geneatha Wright
December 16, 2014 11:57 AM PST
It's hard to reinvent Christmas every year since the very nature of the holiday is tradition (if it ain't broke, don't fix it). Sure, the songs are classic and timeless, we've been listening to them since our childhood and they have sentimental value.
My nature requires that I spend a fair amount of time outside the box, thus this mix. Taking the familiar and combining it with some unfamiliar keeps things interesting, and then slammin' it all together 'in the mix' takes it up a notch. Kinda like seeing the wrapped beautifully wrapped gift....anticipation building of what's inside.
Well, wait no longer...press PLAY!
Oh Come Let Us Adore Him Terence Young
December 14, 2014 05:17 AM PST
The First Noel John Paul McGee
December 13, 2014 06:17 AM PST
This mix is the perfect company for a warm fireside glow with your favorite holiday concoction, a special blend of medleys and mixes by yours truly of smooth jazz's finest including new music from Maysa and Dave Koz.
Merry Christmas from Smooth Jazz Mixes and from my family to yours!!
***Intro*** Reggie TheJazzman
November 30, 2014 05:03 AM PST
This gospel mix takes you to church from start to finish. This is the prelude to Sunday's Gospel Brunch The 'REAL' Soul Food and the inspiration for that series. Modeled after a Sunday morning church service, the only thing missing here is the collection plate. I've mixed quite a few but this one, for me, is still THE ONE.
God's Blessings To You!
Close Your Eyes Ben Tankard
Here you'll find the best in smooth jazz, r&b and neo-soul mix sets in addition to ©TheCarefree Drive, Sunday's Gospel Brunch, the syndicated show, ©The Definition Of Smooth and Hot Off The Press.
Blessed with a set of baritone pipes, Reggie uses his voice as an instrument, combining his old school style of broadcasting with a soothing and silky delivery, perfectly complimenting his jazz and R&B mix sets. His interpretations of rhythms and his ear for the unique have enabled him to continually bring something new, exciting, and innovative to the world of smooth jazz.
Reggie The Jazzman Mitchell, your mixologist and master of transition, will take you on a musical journey you are not soon to forget. His show, The Definition of Smooth, is heard both nationally and internationally.
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