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Morning Music – Morning Jazz. Caffeinated coffee music to start your day, featuring blues saxophone, guitar, and harmonica.

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This good morning blues morning music is music from the Dr. SaxLove (Mark Maxwell) album, Saxomonica Blues, and can be found here:
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Morning Music features some of San Francisco’s finest blues masters. Check out the bios on these guys:

Harmonica: Paul Michael Meredith • My dear friend, Paul, has sold hundreds of thousands of new age CDs on his own record label, Peaceful Music. He’s a smokin’ harmonica player and a very talented composer. We’ve recorded two blues CDs together, this one and Smooth Blues.

Guitar: Garth Webber • What do Miles Davis, Gregg Allman, Bill Champlin, Lydia Pense/Cold Blood, Merl Saunders, Mose Allison, Boz Scaggs and Kingfish all have in common? Guitarist Garth Webber! Garth has toured extensively: Europe and South America with Miles Davis; the good old U.S. with Bob Weir and Kingfish; and the West Coast with Gregg Allman, Lydia Pense & Cold Blood, Merl Saunders, and The Blue Meanies. He has played on commercials for Levi’s Jeans, Mattel Toys, Sizzler, AM PM Mini Market and more. We recorded this CD in Garth’s great sounding digital recording studio in Berkeley.

Drummer: Jimmy Sanchez • Following a 10 year stint with producer and slide guitarist Roy Rogers, Jimmy Sanchez is now the sharp stick with which Flying Other Brothers grooves are formed. The fact that he has also recorded and/or performed with Boz Scaggs, Bonnie Raitt, Dr. John, Norton Buffalo, Bob Weir, Commander Cody & the Lost Planet Airmen, Mickey Hart, David Nelson, J.J.Cale, Steve Miller, Tom Waits, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Arlo Guthrie, Maria Muldaur, Queen Ida, TBone Walker, Charles Brown, Jim Chappell and many others, should give you a sense of why the FOBs are so honored and excited to be working with him! His extensive performing experience includes worldwide travels to prestigious jazz and blues festivals and concerts – in Europe, Japan, the Middle East, Indonesia, Micronesia, the Philippines, Australia, & North and South Americas.

Keyboards: Tony Lufrano Keyboardist/arranger (aka Tony Macaroni) has recorded and gigged with a multitude of well-known musical artists, including Bonnie Raitt, The Whispers, Bill Champlin, Robben Ford, Zigaboo Modeliste, Taj Mahal, Todd Rundgren, Boz Scaggs, Eddie Money, James Cotton, Otis Clay, Carla Thomas, Syl Johnson, Elvin Bishop, Little Anthony & The Imperials, The Coasters, Earl ‘Chinna’ Smith, Neil Schon, Abraxus, Booker T Jones, Johnny Johnson, Richard Berry, Zakiya H, Snooks Eaglin, Ernie K-Doe, and many many more…

Bassist: Endre Tarczy is a bass player who sets down a solid groove while adding exquisitely tasteful melodic accents. A veteran of the San Francisco Bay Area music scene for 17 years Endre was born and raised in San Mateo County. On any given night he can be found playing his 1958 Danelectro Longhorn Reissue in one of a number of bands. A few of the more notable ones have been John Lee H, Greg Allman, Robben Ford, Napoleon Murphy Brock, Lil’ John Chrisley and the Howling Iguanas, Chris Cain, Coco Montoya, and The Count Five. Endre was voted best bassist in the 1991 South Bay Blues Awards! Also a talented songwriter, Endre wrote “The Sun,The Moon and the Flowers” which can be heard on “Tiny Universe’ by Karl Densons.

Like I said – smokin’.


~ Dr. SaxLove


This is the music of saxophonist Mark Maxwell, aka Dr. SaxLove:
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Dr. SaxLove specializes in morning music, morning jazz, cafe music, blues guitar, blues harmonica, saxophone blues, 12 bar blues and slow blues. His music is optimized for relaxation, studying, dinner music, sensual moments, and any time chill out saxophone music is desired.

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