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There are two Walter Beasleys: 1. An R&B-ish player whose music sometimes crosses over into jazz, Walter Beasley's sound is a bit derivative but he is a talented musician. After briefly playing trumpet, Beasley switched to saxophone when he was nine and was soon inspired by Grover Washington, Jr. Check our available Walter Beasley concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!

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This is Walter Beasley's fifteenth album which was released on October twenty-six of 2010. This album was produced by Chris "Big Dog" Davis and Phil Davis. Walter Beasley is a best-selling contemporary jazz artist of today. He is a recording artist, performer, full professor at Berklee College of Music, performance consultant, and music entrepreneur (founder and CEO of Affable Publishing and Affable Records) who hit number one on the contemporary jazz charts...
R&B, soul, contemporary and smooth jazz saxophonists often point to Grover Washington Jr. as the master's master saxophonist when it came to combining emotion, soul and funk styles, a solid jazz ethic, groove-tinged beats, interesting melodies and exciting improvisational abilities...
Entering his third decade immersed in jazz music's topiary, contemporary jazz saxophonist and R&B vocalist Walter Beasley has released his second album on Headsup Records entitled Ready For Love. Produced by Beasley, James Lloyd, Phil Davis, Lil' John Roberts, Quim Quer, Paul Miner, Milton Smith, and Lenny Harris, the album displays Beasley's penchant for classic easy listening jazz arrangements and sentimental melodies...
Track Listing: Steady as She Goes; Love Calls; Oh Yeah; Message to Mark; Shirlitta; Free Your Mind; DukeZillia; Just Breathe; Barack Personnel: Walter Beasley: saxophone (1-9, 11), lead vocals (2, 7); Tony Watson Jr.: background saxophone (1, 3, 5, 6, 8); Randall Bowland: guitar (1, 3, 5, 6, 8); James K...
Track Listing: Free; La Nina; Be Thankful for What You've Got; Ready for Love; Rhea's Song; She Moves Me; Miss You; Land of the Sun; Sugar Puddin'; Why Not You; Willa Mae's Place...
In a year when the late George Howard's only output was a few new tracks on a Best Of compilation, Walter Beasley's effortless takes on the same type of easy grooving soprano sax soul music make a solid substitute. Like Howard, Beasley is longer on passionate playing than innovation, big on mid tempo romance and pretty much content to fit right in the smooth jazz pocket, whether on laid back originals or amiable covers of classic R&B; hits of yesteryear ("Let's Stay Together," "My Girl")...
Commercially underappreciated, Walter Beasley presents an impressive mixture of R&B;, funk, jazz and easy-listening grooves. The instrumental tracks include "Muriel's Lament" and "Mancy"; "Just Kickin' It," "Have You Seen My Girl" and "Good Love" are instrumentals save the vocal chorus. Anita Baker did her own version of the latter. The most popular track on this album is the apologetic "Don't Say Goodbye." Beasley gives a merciful plea with his unyielding vocals...
The title track of veteran saxman Walter Beasley's latest jaunt into funky, groovy, and super-sensuous territory -- and his debut on Heads Up International -- has a brilliant and amusing anecdote attached. When he started making the album, he had just started seeing a new special someone, so it made sense to call the album For Her (and sing "I would give my life for her" on the graceful, soprano-driven title track) as a tribute...
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