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Kenny G to Release Romantic Latin Album for Valentine's Day

January 8, 2008 (5:20 am) GMT
'Rhythm and Romance' which release date would be in line with Valentine's day celebration highlights Kenny G's first Latin work.
Kenny G to Release Romantic Latin Album for Valentine's Day

Saxophonist goes Latin for his next album which is part of his new deal with Starbucks Entertainment and Concord Records. The album which will be titled '' will be dropped February 5 and followed by a set of North American tour.

G worked with a number of acclaimed musicians for this piece, namely drummer Alex Acuna, percussionists Michito Sanchez and Paulino Da Costa, bassist John Penia and guitarist Ramon Stagnaro. The album also features guest vocals by rising Chilean star Barbara Munoz and Spanish-speaking pop/rock sensation, Camila.

"To have the opportunity to play with these amazing musicians has allowed my music to grow in ways I have never expected," G said.

The album that blends Samba, Salsa and Bossa Nova is the first Latin love songs compilation from G, which release date is to coincide with Valentine's Day on February 14. Among the track list are the classic ballad 'Sabor a Mi' and the no-longer alien 'Besame Mucho'. Buy Rhythm and Romance on Amazon.

'Besame Mucho' Audio Stream:

Rhythm and Romance Tour Dates: Photo: Kenny G to Release Romantic Latin Album for Valentine's Day Photo: Kenny G to Release Romantic Latin Album for Valentine's Day Photo: Kenny G to Release Romantic Latin Album for Valentine's Day

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