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Greatest Hits
Dave Koz
első megjelenés éve: 2008

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1.  You Make Me Smile
2.  All I See Is You
3.  Can't Let You Go (The Sha La Song) - featuring Luther Vandross
4.  Faces of the Heart (Theme from General Hospital)
5.  Together Again
6.  Honey-Dipped - featuring Norman Brown
7.  Emily
8.  Life in the Fast Lane
9.  Love Is on the Way - featuring Chris Botti
10.  I Can - featuring BeBe Winans
11.  Lullaby for a Rainy Night
12.  Bada Bing - featuring Jeff Golub
13.  Love Changes Everything - featuring Brian McKnight
14.  And Then I Knew
15.  Castle of Dreams

Dave Koz - Executive Producer, Handclapping, Producer, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor)
Alex Al - Bass
BeBe Winans - Vocals
Darren Rahn - Drum Programming, Engineer, Horn Arrangements, Keyboards, Mixing, Producer, Saxophone
Dorian Crozier - Drums
Erica Blue - Handclapping
Frank Selman - Guitar (Electric)
Jamie Muhoberac - Keyboards
Jason Rahn - Engineer, Flugelhorn, Trumpet
Jeff Golub - Guitar, Soloist
Luis Conte - Percussion
Mel Brown - Bass, Engineer
Nate Phillips - Bass
Philippe Saisse - Keyboards
Randy Jacobs - Guitar (Electric)
Rick Braun - Handclapping, Horn, Producer, Programming
Ricky Lawson - Drums
Rob Cavallo - Guitar, Producer
Tim Pierce - Guitar
Vinnie Colaiuta - Drums
Walter Afanasieff - Bass, Piano, Producer, Synthesizer

* Bernie Grundman - Mastering
* Beverley Simpson - Collage
* Brian Culbertson - Producer
* Carl Sturken - Producer
* Cheryl Jenets - Production Coordination
* Dave Reitzas - Mixing
* Doug McKean - Engineer, Mixing
* Eric Rennaker - Engineer
* Eric Roinestad - Art Direction, Design
* Evan Rogers - Producer
* Frank Collura - Compilation Producer
* Jeff Koz - Producer
* Jeff Lorber - Producer
* Judith Kerr - Publicity
* Mike Fasano - Drum Technician
* Steve Rea - Assistant Engineer
* Steve Sheperd - Engineer, Programming
* Thom Panunzio - Producer
* Tyler Gordon - Engineer, Programming

To say that saxophonist and composer Dave Koz knows his audience and how the music business works would be an understatement, and this greatest-hits set is a case in point. Koz has been wildly successful since the very beginning. Strong evidence is that he has been with Capitol Records since his 1990 debut album. Another case in point is that he followed his 2007 best-selling At the Movies collection with a long tour and three more editions of the album, including the Double Feature CD/DVD set. Given how many new fans he acquired during that run, it made more sense to offer this Greatest Hits with some new tracks (for old fans) rather than an entirely new studio set. Why not interest the newcomers in your back catalog? It's smart business. Koz picked tracks from five of his studio records for this set and arranged them aesthetically around new selections rather than chronologically and left the At the Movies album wholly unrepresented here -- another smart move. As a player he has a very distinct sound on the horn, and his method sticks somewhat close to a formula -- synthetic and natural rhythms lay out a well-pronounced beat on the mid- and uptempo numbers as well as on the ballads. His playing walks closely along a set melodic path, with little to no improvising. His tone is closest to David Sanborn's without the edges, leaving his slick, sheeny productions with their soulful elements intact.
All of these cuts are arranged to showcase the strengths in that approach: there are a pair from both his self-titled debut and his 1993 sophomore set, Lucky Man (including "Faces of the Heart," his theme from General Hospital); three each from 1999's The Dance and 2003's Saxophonic; and one from 1996's Off the Beaten Path. Some of the bigger singles include "Emily," "You Make Me Smile," and "Love Is on the Way" with trumpeter Chris Botti. Some of Koz's notable all-star vocal collaborations are included as well, such as "Can't Let You Go (The Sha La Song)" with the late Luther Vandross and "Loves Changes Everything" with Brian McKnight. Koz's instincts are also keen even on the hits package: "Life in the Fast Lane" (no relation to the Eagles tune of the same name) was issued as a single. Other new tunes include the polyrhythmic dance track "Bada Bing" (co-written with Rick Braun and based on their mutual love of The Sopranos television series), as well as "And Then I Knew," produced by Rob Cavallo of Dave Matthews Band and Green Day fame. "I Can," with gospel star BeBe Winans, is a new vocal jam that is likely destined to be licensed by Hollywood as an inspirational anthem for a transitional scene in a future film. In fact, this collection is put together so seamlessly and cleverly, look for Koz to score singles with at least two if not all of the recent cuts. If you first encountered Koz on At the Movies, this collection will delight you by taking you deeper into his melodic world. If you are a seasoned fan, you can take comfort in the four previously unreleased tunes while waiting for a new full-length.
---Thom Jurek, All Music Guide

Dave Koz

Active Decades: '80s, '90s and '00s
Born: Mar 27, 1963 in San Fernando Valley, CA
Genre: Jazz
Styles: Adult Contemporary, Crossover Jazz, Instrumental Pop, Jazz-Pop, Smooth Jazz

The latest contender for the instrumental pop saxophone throne, Dave Koz came out of nowhere after his self-titled 1990 release made it onto the Billboard contemporary jazz charts and stayed there several weeks. He has more fire and intensity in his work than Kenny G, and often sounds like a reworked David Sanborn. Koz also played on Arsenio Hall's show, which increased his popularity among the urban contemporary, light jazz, and pop audiences. Koz plays instrumental pop covers, some upbeat tunes, and generally sticks to the fusion production formula: background vocalists, synthesizers, and drum machines, a minimum amount of solo space, and so on. His sessions are available on CD and have been regularly released since his first appearance on the scene. Highlights include 1993's peppy Lucky Man, 1999's collaboration-heavy Dance, 2001's holiday treat A Smooth Jazz Christmas, and 2007's film music-themed At the Movies.
---Ron Wynn, All Music Guide

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