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  • Audio CD (June 5, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • ASIN: B00005JIDU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,213 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Songwriter, arranger and multi-instrumentalist Brian Culbertson ups the stakes with his follow-up to 1999's SOMETHIN' BOUT LOVE (which sent 3 singles into the Smooth Jazz charts, including #1 spots for "Back In The Day" and "Do You Really Love Me?" and remained on the Smooth Jazz charts for over 46 weeks.) NICE & SLOW - Culbertson's sixth Atlantic Group release - features a cast of superstar guest artists, including six-time Grammy-winning trumpeter "Herb Alpert ("Just Another Day"), pianist Jeff Lorber, and saxophonists Dave Koz ("Get It On" and "I Could Get Used To This") and Kirl Whalum. In addition to thse star-studded instrumentalists, NICE & SLOW also includes vocal tracks featuring Trey Lorenz and Sherree, as well as two versions of the seductive track "Someone," performed by none other than gold-selling R&B singer Kenny Lattimore.

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When, as a teenager, Brian Culbertson released his debut album, Long Night Out, in the early part of the 1990s, it was obvious that he was a child of smooth jazz, with a definite penchant for commercial musical hooks that hang together and shine. Subsequent successes showed that he had that talent in abundance, but those records seemed rushed to strike the smooth-jazz iron while the radio play was hot. Nice & Slow varies from his recent efforts; as the title suggest, it's a mellower 11-song effort, but it seems Culbertson also used the title as a mantra in putting these songs together, as they are among his best compositions--Culbertson hasn't put out a more complete album since his debut. The evidence abounds, from the delicious ballad with Dave Koz, "I Could Get Used to This" to the funky call-and-response Midwest groove on "Get It On." The young keyboardist uses (and gets the best of) his guest stars on this album, among them trumpeter Herb Alpert, fellow keyboardist Jeff Lorber, and R&B star Kenny Lattimore. --Mark Ruffin

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Brian Culbertson does a great job with this cd.
SisterDivas.org
An awesome smooth jazz album. keeps me motivated at work, easy to listen to. great for the bus ride to and from work. takes stress away from a busy day.
Fictioniar
This is by far one of the best cd's I've purchased in 2001.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 3, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Brian Culbertson is young and talented. This is evident by the content of his latest release. He is smart enough to work with some major smooth jazz talent, like Dave Koz, Herb Alpert, Jeff Lorber, Tony Maiden, Ricky Peterson, and Kirk Whalum. He also has some of the best studio musicians in the business working with him too, like Alex Al, and Lenny Castro. This cd combines smooth jazz with a touch of r&b, resulting in a satisfying blend (I Wanna Know, Nice & Slow, Someone). Brian's keyboard style easily jams with the funky grooves (Get It On) as well as the soft and smooth ones (Just Another Day, I Could Get Used To This). This is by far one of the best cd's I've purchased in 2001.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Joe Payne on November 24, 2002
Format: Audio CD
What more can I say about Brian? This guy is simply incrediable.When you play cut#8 "together tonight"you definately will cause you to bring out the champange and candles and injoy it with the one you love.Then get knocked of you seat by his increditable ren- dition of "I wanna Know" with the help of saxman Kirk Whalum. I took this CD to work with me one friday(thats my longest day at work,an to break the monoply and anything else ,I bring a couple of CD's and my boombox)I dropped in Nice&Slow,cut #8 and all my co-workers wanted to know who that was.after learning who it was ,they said they had to have it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Timothy Wall on June 12, 2003
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Brian is absolutely wonderful at what he does, creating smooth, yet upbeat, jazz, and this is greatly shown in this album "Nice and Slow." I first learned of this Jazz great through listening to a Jazz station and hearing a song, "You'll Never Find" which quickly became my favorite of all time. I rapidly purchased the album "Secrets" and was also very satisfied with the rest of the album. Later on, i heard "Get it On," an upbeat song with the perfect balance of smoothness, and the same thing happened,I bought "Nice and Slow" and found his best album yet! He is not a one hit wonder at all,
he is instead a competent artist that makes each and every song sound wonderful. And according to his thank you's on the CD leaf, it was "the most fun [he] ever had making an album," and one can tell by how much effort was put into the music, how it was produced, which is never rushed or made just to sell, but to induce an aura of relaxation or even stress-relief whenever the CD is played. I also find his music to be the perfect soundtrack for driving through the city at night (Boston especially). I reccomend this one to anyone who feels that upbeat smooth jazz is to their liking, or that simply wants a fantastic album by an enthusiastic, talented artist
by the name of Brian Culbertson.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Tawana Hawkins on July 18, 2001
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Brian Culbertson gets better with each new project. This takes smooth jazz to the next level. He starts off kind of funky with the track titled, "Get It On." There is something for everybody's taste represented here. I like the song with Trey Lorenz, "Nice and Slow", "Someone" featuring Kenny Lattimore on lead vocals and "I Wanna Know." My favorite though is a beautiful piece with an interlude called "Together Tonight." It is so passionate and expressive that I can almost hear words even though it is a completely instrumental song. It hasn't left my cd changer since I bought it almost three weeks ago. The cd itself is dedicated to his wife. There's 'something bout love' that makes for the sweetest inspiration. It's definitely worth a listen!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Timothy Wall on June 12, 2003
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Brian is absolutely wonderful at what he does, creating smooth, yet upbeat, jazz, and this is greatly shown in this album "Nice and Slow." I first learned of this Jazz great through listening to a Jazz station and hearing a song, "You'll Never Find" which quickly became my favorite of all time. I rapidly purchased the album "Secrets" and was also very satisfied with the rest of the album. Later on, i heard "Get it On," an upbeat song with the perfect balance of smoothness, and the same thing happened,I bought "Nice and Slow" and found his best album yet! He is not a one hit wonder at all,
he is instead a competent artist that makes each and every song sound wonderful. And according to his thank you's on the CD leaf, it was "the most fun [he] ever had making an album," and one can tell by how much effort was put into the music, how it was produced, which is never rushed or made just to sell, but to induce an aura of relaxation or even stress-relief whenever the CD is played. I also find his music to be the perfect soundtrack for driving through the city at night (Boston especially). I reccomend this one to anyone who feels that upbeat smooth jazz is to their liking, or that simply wants a fantastic album by an enthusiastic, talented artist
by the name of Brian Culbertson.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By SisterDivas.org on January 10, 2004
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Brian Culbertson does a great job with this cd. The sounds of the horn and keyboard intertwined with a awesome percussion section. This cd is mellow, but has a bit of funk which just takes you to a whole different level. All I can say is get the CD!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 28, 2002
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Brian Culbertson is a very talented musician. These are some of my favorite on the CD. I think everyone will love "Nice & Slow", "I Could Get Used To This", and of course "Without Your Love" and "I Wanna Know". I highly recommend this CD to the smooth jazz lovers out there.
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