A saxophone-infused singer-songwriter experience with guitar, vocals, piano, bass, percussion, and drums.
A recent review describes the music on this CD: By Les Reynolds from Indie-Music Magazine:
Feelin’ bad? The doctor orders Allison Scull and Victor Martin. Pour yourself a glass of wine and catch the breezy, soulful and sweet harmonies, saxophone solos with a cool Latin jazz beat.
Right away, with “Esperanza” (hope, in Spanish), you’ll be swept away with Allison’s lovely voice, the impeccably produced instrumentation and positive messages in the lyrics….
Instrumental excellence also translates to tasteful production: nothing is ever overplayed. The sax solos and Allison’s voice are the anchors, with excellent vocal support from Victor Martin. What needs to be out front is out front, what needs to be in the background is less audible. Very well done.
Each tune is sublimely relaxing, yet quite danceable. Soothing, yet energizing in a positive way. This is truly high quality feel-good music at its best. Just what the doctor ordered!