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Thermal Romantic Jazz, Music from the Edge of Passion. Smooth, yet Intense Instrumentals rich with New Age textures.
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Album: Just Past the Fall
Cut# 1: "Can't Help But Love You" - Melodic Smooth Jazz cut from the Twenty-Seventh Michael Lee Thomas Album, 'Just Past The Fall', released in November 2017.
#20 today (Main)
Album: Shades of Almost
Cut# 1: "Apparently Random" - Driving and Melodic Syncopated Smooth Fusion Jazz cut from the Twenty-Sixth Michael Lee Thomas Album, 'Shades of Almost', released in February 2015.
#9 today (Sub-genre)
Album: Far Away Near
Cut#1: "Too Fast For Gravity" - Syncopated & Driving Jazz Fusion cut from the Twenty-Fifth Michael Lee Thomas Album 'Far Away Near', released in November 2014.
Peak position #24
Album: Sometime Next Future
Smooth, Driving Tropical Jazz cut with Powerful Drums, Fretless Bass and Percussive Rhythmic section. Deep Layered Synth & Keyboard foundation with Steel Drum and Piano overlays.
Peak position #14
Album: Casting Spells
Cut# 5: "Whitestone Beach" - Melodic, but Intense Smooth Jazz cut from the Twenty-Third Michael Lee Thomas Album, 'Casting Spells', released in November 2013.
Album: Resting Vertical
Rhythmic laid back piece with melodic Acoustic Bass / Percussive Rhythm. Grand Piano & Vibe emphasis through rich Keyboard & Synth coloration.
Peak position #71
Album: Home Away from Time
Smooth, but syncopated piece with Electro-Percussive & Fretless Bass foundation under expanding ethereal Synth pads. Grand Piano emphasis with unique Keyboard overlays.
Peak position #20
Nice driving syncopated piece with strong Drum Kit, Percussives and Fretless Bass foundation. Tasteful Acoustic Guitars amid lush Keyboard & Synth voicings with Vibraphone and Modeled Vox emphasis.
Peak position #29
Album: Evidence of Memories
Up-front slow Jazz/Funk piece with multi-counter-melody sequences. Deep Bass, Drum Kit and Percussive bottom. Lush Keyboard, Synth and Guitar overlays with Grand Piano emphasis.
Peak position #63