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“AYSHA BRINGS THE NEW SMOOTH TO SMOOTH JAZZ IN HER NEW SINGLE RELEASE ME”
“SEPTEMBER 05, 2010 Aysha - Stay With Me Jazz and R&B vocalist Aysha is back. Her brand new EP ‘Stay With Me’ was released on August 24 and comes as a welcome follow up to the 2006 debut CD, ‘Love Is A Rock’, from which the tracks ‘Honey’, ‘Is This Just a Dream’ and her rendition of the Atlantic Starr 1991 R&B top twenty-five hit, ‘Send For Me’ all found a way to adult urban contemporary internet radio. Produced by the legendary Monty Seward, whose credits include work with The Jacksons, James Ingram and Howard Hewett, ‘Stay With Me’ is a tight and extremely personal five track collection of original music that includes notable input from smooth jazz superstars Everette Harp and Gerald Albright. Read the rest at: http://smoothjazztherapy.typepad.com/my_weblog/2010/09/aysha-stay-with-me.html#more ”
“AUGUST 24, 2010 Aysha To Release New EP Amid much anticipation, and with guest performances from Everette Harp and Gerald Albright, the brand new EP from jazz and R&B vocalist Aysha will hit the streets on August 24. Titled ‘Stay With Me’, this tight and extremely personal collection is the follow up to her CD ‘Love Is A Rock’ and has been produced by the legendary Monty Seward whose credits include work with The Jacksons, James Ingram and Howard Hewett. With three of the five choice tracks already garnering airplay on Broadcast Architecture's Smooth Jazz Network there seems little doubt that ‘Stay With Me’ is set to make quite a splash. Check back here soon for a complete review of ‘Stay With Me’”
“...Aysha once again shapes her soothing alto voice into familiar old-school adult urban contemporary territory with songs about mature love. Both guest saxophonists - contemporary jazz giants Everette Harp and Gerald Albright - pull more than their weight; Harp lending soft soulfulfinesse on the title track and Albright tearing it up every which way on the Latin-spiced, “Dreamin.’ “Keep on Loving Me” might as well be a tribute to Sade with its ethereal tones and jazzy harmonies. A reprise from Love Is a Rock, the smooth groove driven “Is This Just a Dream,” is vocally hypnotizing from the get go...”