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Jarez sets the funk aside for a set of silky and sensual romantic mood setting originals � including one featuring guitarist Dirk K and a �chilled version� of his hit single �In Too Deep.� Turn the lights down low and embrace the vibe of SEXY SAXY! ~JONATHAN WIDRAN An eclectic high energy ensemble founded by Award winning producer T. Jazz has stirred the soul of music lovers across generations with the spirited and melodic tunes of piano, saxophone and double bass.

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Publisher: Alfred Music (June 1, 2000)

ISBN: 0739010395

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