Discography

Andrew Oh cd cover

Turn Up The Heat (MP3)
Autumn In April (MP3)
Inside Out (MP3)
Happy Ever After (MP3)
Beautiful One Day (MP3)


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ANDREW OH (Album Reviews)

"Already a certified hitmaker in Australia, saxophonist Andrew Oh looks to prove his chop to wider audiences with an eponymously titled solo effort. Even when his material isn't quite worthy, Oh makes it worth a listen through his delivery - stretching and bending past the typical romantic syrup on the soprano, anti growling and diving with edgy immediacy on tenor and alto. Oh's special talents take a totally ordinary arrangement like "Turn Up the Heat" (typical chord changes, typical R&B background vocals, typical breaks) and make it swing with his exuberant trills. When the material matches, however, the saxist really catches fire- evidenced on the bluesy soulful "Far Away from Me," with a hooky melody that a Levi Stubbs-caliber vocalist could easily wander into. Likewise, the Julia Fordham-penned "Happily Ever After," arranged as a spacious, jungle waltz with bass and tribalpercussion echoing, is wrapped in Oh's snaking, intriguing soprano line." Hillary Grey, JazzTimes

"Another shot has been fired across the bow of the Nashville Smooth jazz scene, celebrating a brand new face in the format. Guitarist Denny Jiosa and our friend Michael Moryc hit the studio to produce newcomer saxophonist Andrew Oh's self-titled debut. Oh has a robust tone and moves deftly between tenor, alto and soprano. Whether it's the robust tenor tones of "It's Time," the sensual soprano smatterings of "Autumn in April," or the more adventurous alto rhythms and changes on 'Inside Out." Smooth Jazz programmers can easily roll with Andrew Oh." Keith Zimmerman, Gavin Smooth Jazz

"Be certain to check out Andrew Oh's distinctive, self-titled CD. This sax player has created a lyrical, deep project with production assistance from Denny Jiosa and Michael Moryc. Oh's cover of "Happy Ever After" sounds like an absolute natural, but "Turn Up The Heat," "Autumn In April," and "I Can't Stop Dreaming" have strong appeal, too." Carol Archer, Nac/Smooth Jazz Albums

     

Silk CD Only For You(MP3)
Detours (MP3)
Silk (MP3)
Out of Darkness (MP3)
Stepping Up (MP3)
Heaven (MP3)
Cruise Control (MP3)


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SILK (Album Reviews)

"Andrew Oh's SILK has defined the new direction of jazz. Bravo!" Terry Gaynon, 2CCR

"Move over Kenny G, there's a new star saxophonist on the block - and he lives down under!" Sean Whittington, The Sunday Mail

"A great deal better than the trillion selling Kenny G. Andrew Oh is an outstanding player at an international level." Gail Brennan, The Sydney Morning Herald

"SILK is a relaxing, attractive album for saxophone fans. Oh is undoubtedly a talented performer." Jeremy Wiltshire, The Sunday Times

"Smooth, professional and very much aimed at audiophiles who will be most pleased at this release." Andrew Tucker, The Mercury

"SILK is a top quality easy listening recording." Russel Jarvis, The Advocate

"The quality of Oh's sound and playing, while mature and inventive, also suggests a freshness which automatically assumes a youth which belies the man's extensive experience. It is a charming and mightily enjoyable album. Beautifully cafted sax." Michael Foster, The Canberra Times

"A very fine player with a clear, sweet sound. Production is superb. If you lean this way at all, check it out, I think you'll buy it." Gail Brennan, On The Street

"Oh's sax will delight audiophiles." Andrew Tucker, Noosa News