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Gratitude

Steve Cole

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1.1
Good News Day
Steve Cole
3:42
1.2
Neo Sol
Steve Cole
4:55
1.3
Gratitude
Steve Cole
5:28
1.4
Soho
Steve Cole
4:18
1.5
Starting Over
Steve Cole
3:37
1.6
Love Ballad
Steve Cole
4:36
1.7
Five6oh83
Steve Cole
4:03
1.8
Can’t Get Enough
Steve Cole
3:42
1.9
Let’s Go!
Steve Cole
3:43
1.10
Toronto
Steve Cole
5:17
Total Playing Time    43:21
It’s during the times when we’re confronted with life’s hardest struggles that we learn to appreciate the humanity around us. On his latest album, Gratitude, saxophonist Steve Cole offers thanks for the people who’ve helped see him through some of his tough times – the loved ones, the musicians and collaborators who rallied around, and the often-nameless professionals whose job is to help and to heal.

Gratitude arrives on the heels of a health scare in Cole’s family. The successful battle left the saxophonist feeling rejuvenated, with a renewed sense of hope and faith in his fellow humans. That depth of feeling shines through on the album’s ten tracks, which joyously spotlight Cole’s gift for infectious grooves, soulful melodies, and vibrant pop hooks.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Artistry Music Studio Masters

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