昨天家里突然出现了一张我从来没听过的十几年前的打口CD，我都忘记了是从哪里来的。下午出门办事，开车时听了一下，是很明快的萨克斯曲。给我的感觉非常适合开车时听，不会犯困，但又不会使人紧张，非常轻快的那种悠闲。演奏者叫做：TOM BORTON . 本人孤陋寡闻，所以上网查询，上遍了所有的中文搜索居然一点线索没找到！最后还是从外文网上找到一点点关于这张专辑和演奏者的信息。在此想拿出来和大家分享！
It's ironic that the saxman named this album The Lost World because after this, he was rarely heard from again in the smooth jazz realm where he had such a promising start with 1990's Dancing With Tigers. This was his attempt to try something more interesting than typical radio fare and, at least artistically, it's an interesting work: a players project with a more groove-oriented, live-band energy. Most appealing are the interactions between Borton and cohorts Steve Allee (acoustic piano), Steve Recker (lead guitar), and Kevin Chokan (rhythm guitar), as well as cameo performances by acoustic guitarist Peter White and Jeff "Skunk" Baxter. The album begins with the smooth, soulful "Soul Central" but finds its real groove in the four part sax harmonics of "Swingopolis." The adventurous title track finds Borton blending alto, baritone, and EWI and draws upon his many varied influences, from Duane Eddy to Doumbek Arabic music and R&B. The fact that this one didn't receive the same audience as Borton's first gives credence to the oft-heard complaint about smooth jazz radio not embracing risk takers. Still, it's a shame he didn't capitalize on all the potential.
5.On Your Ear
8.Where Are We Going?