CD Review: Freddy V - Easier than it looks

Easier than it looks is Freddy V debut album after his experience working with The Average White Band, and performances with Michael McDonald, Hall and Oates, Chaka Khan, The Four Tops, Blood Sweat and Tears, and The Temptations.

Fans of the soothing, mellow sounds of smooth jazz will love the music of Freddy V. The tonal beauty of Freddy saxophone shines all troughout the album on the gospel like "You can't have it all", the bluesy "Finally home", the funky tracks "Sumthin have got b did", "The dance we do", "Any other way", "Sandbag" and the ballads "Let's go round again", "Nashville", "What kind of man would I be". Klyde Jones adds the vocals to "Let's go round again", "Nashville", and "You can't have it all".

Sumthin have got 2 b did, Rush, Let's go round again, The dance we do (kirkish), Nashville, Any other way, What kind of man would I be, You can't have it all, Sandbag (For Hiram), Lisi, Finally home, Sumthin (reprise)

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