The Ten Tracker is the 18th player of Najees as leader and his audience will be happy with the content. It’s the classic Najee, full of fluid and elegant jazz rhythms – often with a real underground soul – like “Speak Love” and “Face to Face”, which contain the comments of guest saxophonist Darren Rahn. The audience will also enjoy Maxwell’s version of “SumthinSumthin’, which gets a great treatment – the Najees saxophone gently on the choir. Listeners of good soul stations will be familiar with a beautiful new song. Besser’, a wonderful collaboration between saxophonist NAJEE and the sweet Kenny Latimore. Besser’ regularly wins concerts and the good news is that the album of his parents, Najees’ Centre Of The Heart’, has just been released by Shanachie Records. It brings real variety for a welcome return of Najee. The other beautiful cover of the album is another version of Burt Bacharach’sAlfie’. With the help of Rod Bonner and Superb Clawson she will remind you of these old Jazzmatazz albums by Guru. The other big silent storm moment on the album isTonight We Say Goodbye’, the title indicates the atmosp. With more than 6 minutes of autonomy, the film is exuberant and softly excited. Registration only takes a few minutes and gives you more possibilities. Then t is the spoken word “One Note”.