Memory Lane: Stream Jazz musician George Tandy’s 1992 single ‘Its A Pleasure to See You’

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Step away from your first-world problems and sip on some wine as you dance the night away. ‘Its A Pleasure to See You’ is what’s in the title, a packed mason jar of vibrant melodies and a palette of what I refer to as “thickened soul”, made to make you feel joy and love. Categorised as “Urban Jazz”, which is also the name of the album, Jazz musician George Tandy doesn’t compromise the integrity of the musical genre with added too much or taking away too much. Instead, he carries it forth in a way that all demographics can enjoy. Share George Tandy’s composition, with someone who would love it, tonight. The album came out in 1992. However, SubmitHub says it came out eight days ago.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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