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Now & Forever


Download links and information about Now & Forever by The Braxton Brothers. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Contemporary Jazz genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 53:00 minutes.

Artist: The Braxton Brothers
Release date: 1999
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
Tracks: 11
Duration: 53:00
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No. Title Length
1. Kickin' Back (featuring Wayne Braxton) 4:55
2. A Night of Love (featuring Wayne Braxton) 4:34
3. Can We Try Again (featuring Nelson Braxton) 5:23
4. Do You Remember (featuring Wayne Braxton) 4:44
5. Angelina (featuring Nelson Braxton) 5:11
6. Just Believe (featuring Wayne Braxton, Nelson Braxton) 4:03
7. All My Love (featuring Nelson Braxton) 4:22
8. Saying Goodbye (featuring Wayne Braxton) 4:54
9. Before You (featuring Nelson Braxton) 4:21
10. Chance Encounter (featuring Wayne Braxton) 5:22
11. Now and Forever (featuring Nelson Braxton) 5:11



Brian Bromberg is the only other bassist in the genre besides Nelson Braxton who modulates his axe to approximate an electric and acoustic guitar. While the Braxton Brothers — Nelson and twin brother saxman Wayne — compose some of the most in the pocket smooth jazz melodies around; the most remarkable aspect of their second album Now & Forever is the way Nelson captures a multitude of moods simply by adjusting his tone. On the light funk tune "Do You Remember," he lays down the thick urban groove with the sort of low pitched bounce his instrument is best known for; then he carries certain parts of the melodies with a pitch equivalent to George Benson's, and keeps that going as the harmony line beneath Wayne's honking improvisations. Even more amazing is the way he approximates a balmy acoustic guitar on the Brazilian sojourn "Angelina," whose weaving sax lines gently remind us of Stan Getz. Nelson uses the same approach on "Just Believe," running a subtle, folksy harmony line behind his brother's low toned, sultry horn.