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The odd story behind the song that brought The Carpenters fame+Grover Washington Jr & Pieces Of A Dream

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This week i have new releases from Boney James, Nick Colionne, Lindsey Webster, Skinny Hightower, Adam Hawley, Vincent ingala, The Peet Project, Ken Navarro, and Carol Albert.

In the middle of the first hour, I will play Billboard's top three songs in Smooth Jazz for this week

The second hour is devoted to Smooth Jazz classics and opens with Turn Up The Quiet Time and Five In A Row.

For our Smooth Jazz Classic Among Classics segment, I will feature the group Pieces Of A Dream playing with their mentor Grover Washington Jr.

For our non Smooth Jazz classic among classics, I have a very interesting story about the song that brought fame to The Carpenters and I will play two of their songs that were later inducted into the Grammy Hall Of Fame for recordings of lasting quality or historical significance.

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