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"On this H Train, Stay 'til the end while experiencing a refreshing blend of Contemporary Jazz paired with a tasty vocal expression, enjoy the ride"
“If you missed the previous two CDS , THIS IS THE (H) TRAIN TO CATCH ! On their 3rd CD , Michael White (known for MAZE, etc) a long time friend has joined the Brown Brothers on drums and Alex Alessandroni on Keyboards and this makes this cd value for the money 8-10. The production is fresh and very clear, especially the bass Lines. They have a similar sound if you like Marcus Miller. If you have to put it into a category I will pick" Smoothjazz With Body" So take this (H) train and groove on……...”
“Everett B Walters do it again with their New CD Catching The H Train with a set of Cool Cuts for Cool Cats . Highly recommended for all connoisseurs of fine Smooth Jazz and Classic Soul……..”
“ "Always High Reaching is in the pocket!.....especially the title track ,well written and warmly inviting " ”
"I must say- this is one of the best albums I’ve heard recently."
“ “Man, this CD has something for everybody that's Grown and Sexy...” ”
“ “Everett B. Walters has a special sound, we’ve added them to each of our programs…sounds Great!” ”
““I just love these guys and having their music on my Oasis Lounge jazz show.” ”
“ “I love this CD, heard about you from my friends @ Jazz Fm in the U.K. This new CD is Tight! I picked up “And the Story Goes” and immediately added to my play list... Tracks 3, 8, & 9 will be added to our current play list. Always High Reaching is a Great CD!” ”
"Always High Reaching is totally in the pocket urban-flavored smooth jazz that's sure to make its mark on the format, and bodes extremely well for the future of the stylish duo. Long live Everett B. Walters!!' -Scott O'Brien, SmoothJazz.Com
"Hip and definitely in-the-pocket,Always High Reaching delivers funky smooth jazz mixed with a few soulful vocal tunes. Especially compelling is"And the Story Goes",which the Brown brothers wrote for Brian Simpson and here offers a version just as tasty as his."