Posts Tagged ‘Scott Jarrett’

Sounds Like Washington Vol. 1

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I hope this smooth soothing compilation will inspire and calm your spirit just as it has mine time and time again.  This sexy slow tempo compilation is my favorite.  In 2001, I compiled “Sounds Like Washington Vol. 1”.  After living on the other side of the country and away from Washington, DC radio, I missed the music that was unique to this great City.  The title “Sounds Like Washington,” is taken from the WHUR radio catch phrase, which I love because it’s so true; its music does sound like Washington and so much of it is literally played nowhere else.  So yes, most of the songs on this compilation are WHUR classics; some just feel like DC to me.  Many of my friends have enjoyed this CD for years… I hope you will too.

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Scott Jarrett – The Image of You

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The Image of You by Scott Jarrett is an original Quiet Storm classic.  It’s a cut from the 1980 Without Rhyme or Reason album. Scott is the brother of jazz musician Keith Jarrett.  Washingtonians who listen to WHUR immediately equate this song with the great Melvin Lindsey, who I often refer to.  This is another example of his flawless taste in timeless music.  This will be one of the songs featured on a new compilation I will be posting soon called Sounds Like Washington.  Enjoy the mellow sounds of The Image of You.