Label: Peak Records (5) - PKR-31006-02 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Smooth Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
(Un)Forgiven - Peter White - Good Day (CD, Album)

 · The more I play this new Peter White cd, Good Day, the more I like it. His familiar nylon string acoustic guitar sound (which is what we like) is prominent throughout, with good upbeat songs like "Just Give Me a Chance" and "Bright" in his familiar style, and some funky tunes like "Temptation" and "Mission To Mars" where the Phillipe Saisse influence is more evident - and I think that is a /5().

Some of Peter White's best stuff! Posted 9 years ago. (Un)forgiven, Temptation, Mission 2 Mars, and Ramon's Revenge are some of the best music I've heard in a long time.5/5(4).

The follow-up to 's Good Day, Peter White's 13th studio effort, 's Here We Go, features more of the adept smooth jazz guitarist's lyrical and lightly funky cuts. Sticking primarily to his acoustic nylon-string guitar, White mixes in keyboards, various Price: $

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 · It’s a Good Day indeed for fans of Peter White’s sweet-sounding contemporary jazz/pop on the nylon-string guitar, as this is his first CD of original material in five years. An accomplished musician, White doesn’t veer from paths taken before, and there’s no reason for him to. If there’s a reason White’s songs sound more familiar than usual, it’s because he selected the majority.

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  1.  · ℗&© Concord Music Group, Inc., N. Crescent Drive, Beverly Hills, CA Printed in the U.S.A. PKR Philippe Saisse appears courtesy of E1 Entertainment/5(6).

  2.  · Peter White. Good Day. Many people think of smooth jazz as something that didn't start until the s, but arguably, smooth jazz started around with the overtly commercial, pop-drenched albums that guitarist Wes Montgomery recorded during the last few years of his life. Love it or hate it, Montgomery 's more commercial output had a /10(6).

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