Are you new here and just found out about my podcast Success Beyond The Score? Or maybe you listened to the first episodes and lost track of it afterwards. Even if you are a regular listener (thank you for your support!) this recap will be useful to easily find the themes that you want to review and save them for later.
Who doesn’t remember the Pink Panther? This franchise started on 1963 with a movie that already featured the unmistakable “Pink Panther Theme Song”, one that I am sure we all can hum on command, haha. This great composition was created by Henry Mancini, who gave us sax players a track that just cannot flop (and that is a lot of fun to play!).
You might think you have never heard of Maceo Parker before, but you probably know his work with James Brown back in the sixties. They were a fantastic team, but Mr. Parker’s career goes well beyond that!
This is the third and final stop in the delightful trip across Nat King Cole’s legacy, that I have been doing in this blog since some weeks ago. ‘Unforgettable’ is suave, full of sentiment, a slow song that prompts you to dream, and it is an excellent piece to version with the saxophone (now, which song by Nat King Cole isn’t?).
Amazing news! Your vote has kept us at number one for the second week running on the Stevie J Music Chart (Stingdem Radio)! Thank you all for buying the track and voting for us, this is phenomenal!
Things did a 180° turn since the last time I shared Nat King Cole, didn’t they? However, his music continues to be a source of inspiration and I am still working on adding more of his songs to my repertoire. Enjoy today the classic hit L.O.V.E, and let it make you smile 🙂
Great news! The reggae version of ‘Just The Way You Are’, sung by Sandii McCalla, with me on Sax and produced by GLR Records Ltd has reached Number 1 on the Stevie J Global Charts. We’re hoping to keep it there at number one for another week, and you can help!
It has been a while since the last time I shared here something of I am working on, hasn’t it? Well, here you have one of the songs by Nat King Cole I am adding to my repertoire for public and private events alike. Nat King Cole’s music is a gem and I am very happy to pay homage to his creativity in my performances.