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Jazzquad – Review By Leonid Auskern

Jazzquad – Review By Leonid Auskern

PBy Leonid Auskern Of the ten songs of this album, at least seven Polson had a chance to perform with many celebrities. Among them - David Sanborn, Winton Marsalis, Phil Woods and other jazz stars. But it was in smus-jazz that he achieved the greatest personal...

The Vinyl Anachronist – Review

The Vinyl Anachronist – Review

Kenney Polson, For Lovers Only | The Vinyl Anachronist What kind of music do you play when you’re looking for a little romance? When I was much younger, my choice was usually The Beatles because if you didn’t like them, well, there’s the door. This just isn’t going to...

Jazz Weekly Review By George W. Harris

Jazz Weekly Review By George W. Harris

by George W. Harris While he’s posing on the cover of this album with his alto sax, Kenney Polson displays a mastery of many reeds, including bass clarinet, even some times alternating on the same tune on this smooth sailing session. His alto is warm and glowing with...

Jazz2Love Review

Jazz2Love Review

by Susan Frances Set on the trajectory for mass appeal, saxophonist Kenny Polson's latest release For Lovers Only is sonically smooth and emotively sublime.  Track after track is sheer bliss, featuring Polson's relaxed temperament on the sax augmented by the warm...

Review On allaboutjazz.com By Geannine Reid

Review On allaboutjazz.com By Geannine Reid

 By GEANNINE REID  Saxophonist Kenney Polson may not be a household name but he has a lengthy pedigree in jazz and smooth jazz. He was born in Kansas City, Missouri to a musical family; a grandfather worked with Count Basie and Cab Calloway and an uncle sang with the...

“For Lovers Only” Review By Jeff Becker

“For Lovers Only” Review By Jeff Becker

By Jeff Becker Saxophonist, Kenney Polson is not a new name on the smooth-jazz scene, but certainly he is an accomplished crossover artist. His tunes are a mixture of smooth-jazz and jazz flavored tunes that highlight his prowess as a composer.  Based in the Pacific...

For Lovers Only Review By Steph Cosme

For Lovers Only Review By Steph Cosme

FULL REVIEW Pacific Northwest based jazz saxophonist Kenney Polson has lived and performed in over 50 countries. Polson has appeared on U.S. television with jazz greats Kenny Burrell, Jimmy Heath, Phil Woods, David Sanborn and Wynton Marsalis. He has performed live...

Review of Paradise, Volume I

Review of Paradise, Volume I

Music Journalist Scott Yanow Reviewed Paradise, Volume I (Prodigee Records): "Polson’s tones on his instruments are beautiful and he loves to caress the melodies, putting a lot of thoughtful emotion into the themes. However, he also stretches out in spots, coming up...

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