Dreaming In Colour
  • Percolator
  • Yearbook
  • Chromatic
  • Twilight Drive
  • The Dream Merchant
  • Keepsakes
  • No More Goodbyes
  • Crosswinds
  • Waiting In Texas
  • Davy's Byrne
  • Percolator
    Genre: Smooth Jazz
    MP3 (05:05) [11.65 MB]
  • Yearbook
    Genre: Smooth Jazz
    MP3 (05:23) [12.32 MB]
  • Chromatic
    Genre: Fusion
    MP3 (04:53) [11.19 MB]
  • Twilight Drive
    Genre: Smooth Jazz
    MP3 (05:31) [12.64 MB]
  • The Dream Merchant
    Genre: Smooth Jazz
    MP3 (05:14) [12 MB]
  • Keepsakes
    Genre: Smooth Jazz
    MP3 (04:50) [11.05 MB]
  • No More Goodbyes
    Genre: Smooth Jazz
    MP3 (04:01) [9.19 MB]
  • Crosswinds
    Genre: Smooth Jazz
    MP3 (05:05) [11.65 MB]
  • Waiting In Texas
    Genre: Smooth Jazz
    MP3 (05:08) [11.74 MB]
  • Davy's Byrne
    Genre: Fusion
    MP3 (04:33) [10.4 MB]
Press

The Smooth Jazz Ride, July 18, 2012
"This is well-executed contemporary jazz, anyway you cut it...It is clear that, by choosing material and contributing artists well, Dreaming in Colour has created an album that can stand out proudly in the midst of this genre. Wonderful work."
-Ronald Jackson, The Smooth Jazz Ride


SmoothJazz.com, July 15, 2012
"Taken as individual tracks or as a cohesive collection, Dreaming in Colour’s THE DREAM MERCHANT is a fabulously satisfying listen. You cannot go wrong with this one!"
-Scott O'Brien, Smoothjazz.com


Smooth Jazz Vibes, June 30, 2012
"This is a top-notch smooth jazz album featuring players like Jeff Lorber, Eric Marienthal, Nelson Rangell and Tim Pascoal, so you know that the level of musicianship is excellent. Thumbs up!"
-Peter Boehi, Smooth Jazz Vibes


Smooth Jazz Daily, May 11, 2012
"With The Dream Merchant, Dreaming In Colour show their vivid and energetic approach to contemporary jazz. Supported by star team players like Jeff Lorber and Eric Marienthal they succeed to move the audience through their prolific performance."
-Hans-Bernd Hulsmann, Smooth Jazz Daily

Smooth Jazz Therapy, May 8, 2012
"The interplay between Calandrino on guitar and Lorber on keys is a focal point of the retro tinged ‘Chromatic’ while ‘Keepsakes’ proves to be a jazzy yet velvety number where the combined talents of Ellis, Noonan, Calandrino, Lorber and Marienthal are found to be at their impeccable best."
-Denis Poole, Smooth Jazz Therapy

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