Sunny and improvisational, Boney James's SHINE–his 10th studio outing–finds the lite urban jazz sax maven in top form. By emphasizing the R&B side of his recipe and inviting friends like Faith Evans and the easy-listening jazz legend George Benson, James scores his most accessible album yet and crosses over to the R&B and Pop Charts in the process. The album includes a cover of Chuck Mangione's "Soft."
James Bright is a recording artist and producer from the North West of England. He works predominantly with the genres of electronica, downbeat and chillout, but also turns his hand to deep house and balearic. He has seen many releases over the years most recently of which are released under his own name, James Bright. His work has found interest, and general release on popular labels including React (the infamous Cafe Del Mar album series), Hed Kandi and Quango.
Conductor and pianist James Levine is one of the powerhouse figures of the classical music scene today. As a child he undertook both piano and violin; he was so accomplished on the violin that at the age of ten he played Mendelssohn's second violin concerto at a Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra youth concert. He studied piano at various summer music festivals before enrolling at New York's Juilliard School, where he took conducting courses with Jean Morel and continued piano studies with Rosina Lhevinne.
With the much anticipated upcoming Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle scheduled for the 19th May, this album is the perfect soundtrack for a celebration. A timeless collection of classical music to accompany the celebrations of a nation. Get in the celebratory mood with this perfect wedding soundtrack. The album features well-known classics such as Pachebel’s Canon, Lakmé’s The Flower Duet, and Bach’s Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring. This is the perfect album for street parties. It’s estimated that 2 billion people watched the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding in 2011.