Mommy Kiss Baby Jazz

Cover Mommy Kiss

Album info

Album-Release:
2016

HRA-Release:
17.05.2016

Label: Concinnity Recordings

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Modern Jazz

Album including Album cover Booklet (PDF)

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  • 1Blue Jammies03:11
  • 2Rugrat Shimmy03:29
  • 3Baby Jazz05:58
  • 4Spacey Tracy04:25
  • 5Mommy Kiss05:08
  • 6Balm da Diaper04:06
  • 7Grandpa's Semi Colon04:31
  • 8Bassinet Bro03:38
  • 9Baby Errol05:46
  • 10Growing Pains05:36
  • Total Runtime45:48

Info for Mommy Kiss

Mommy Kiss by Baby Jazz is the band's first release. This trailblazer has no antecedent in jazz. Their music is obviously a fusion of sorts but then again it’s not really a fusion of styles. It’s a fusion of musical ideals, of musicality itself. Mommy Kiss is stylistically homogeneous. Vertically majestic. Horizontally stunning and extremely accessible. These cuts are not smooth jazz folks though they are smooth, slick and clever. Infused with exotic synths along with traditional instruments. The album opens with Blue Jammies, an up tempo blues with a twist. Next is Rugrat Shimmy an R&B infused number. Baby Jazz, the band's namesake, is a jazz lullaby. Spacey Tracy is a pop tune without vocals. Mommy Kiss, the album's namesake, is a hybrid jazz serenade. Balm da Diaper is heavy jazz-metal as is Grandpa’s Semi Colon and Bassinet Bro. Baby Errol has a little foot in bebop. Growing Pains, excluding the intro, is a straight up trio number. Moms, Pops and babies too will all love Mommy Kiss by Baby Jazz. Only on Concinnity Recordings.

BR Pearson, programming, synths, guitars, piano
Homer Coffee, drums
Carter Brown, bass

Produced by Hilton Brye

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Booklet for Mommy Kiss

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