Monthly Archives: December 2014
Bobby Broom’s “My Shining Hour” shines into the holiday as one of the hottest holiday gifts for both Jazz fans, and for those who might be “Jazz curious.” Released in August, the album sold out on CD in its first nine days. It hit the top 10 in its third week, and then took off from there. Two weeks at #5 on the JazzWeek rankings. Two weeks at #3. Even when it rolled down into the top 20, it soared back up to #9 the following week.
In the last three weeks, “My Shining Hour” has been named the #1 album by audiophile favorite “Something Else! Reviews” in their “Best of 2014” and it was the #1 album of the year for the jazz blog Jazzploration!
The album is available on MP3 download at iTunes, MP3 and CD at Amazon.com and through other top web and ground retailers!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CHICAGO (12.03.14) – Audiophile Ezine “SomeThing Else!” released Jazz critic Preston Frazier’s list of the top Jazz and Fusion Jazz albums of 2014. Number one? Bobby Broom’s “My Shining Hour” (ORIGIN, 2014).
“My Shining Hour is simply unforgettable. Put on the title track or the brilliantly vibrant Cole Porter classic “Just One Of Those Things,” and you’ll instantly know what I mean. For a man who has consistently made stellar records, this one stands out. Lucky for me, I found my CD.” – Preston Frazier
Check out the rest of the Top 10 and his review here.