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article imageReview: Project Grand Slam releases 'Greetings from Serbia' album Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jan 18, 2019 in Music
On January 18, 2019, the group Project Grand Slam released their new fusion album "Greetings from Serbia" via the record label Cakewalk Records.
Particularly impressive about this record is that it was recorded live at the 2018 Nisville Jazz Festival.
The CD opens with the sassy and upbeat "You Started Something" and it is followed by "1972" and "I'm So Glad." Other noteworthy tunes include "Lament," the liberating "Free" and the infectious "I Can't Explain." It closes on a cheerful note with the anthemic "The Queen's Carnival" and the funky "Fire."
Greetings from Serbia is available on iTunes.
The Verdict
Overall, Project Grand Slam has released a solid new live studio offering, Greetings from Serbia. It makes their fans and listeners feel as if they were a part of the actual Nisville Jazz Festival last year. There is something in it for everybody. This 10-track album garners an A- rating.
For more information on the jazz-rock fusion band Project Grand Slam, check out their official homepage and their Facebook page.
Read More: Composer Robert Miller chatted with Digital Journal in July of 2018.
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