Pianist, composer, teacher, band leader and arranger, Donald Brown is a beam of bright talent on today’s jazz scene. His lyrical, original music has found favor among many masterful contemporary players. His recordings on Sunnyside (“Early Bird”, 1987), Jazz City (“The Sweetest Sounds”, 1988) and Muse (“Sources of Inspiration”-1989, “People Music” - 1990, “Cause and Effect” - 1991, “Send One of Your Love” - 1993 and “Car Tunes” -1995) are models of power, tact, taste and innovative beauty.
The Very Best of Howard Jones is a collection of Howard Jones's biggest hits from 1983 through 2003. It also contains one new track, "Revolution Of The Heart", in its original form. It would later be altered and featured on his 2005 album, "Revolution Of The Heart". The Very Best Of Howard Jones also came with a bonus disc of b-sides. The two-disc set featuring 36 synth-pop hits includes "New Song", "Everlasting Love", and the Phil Collins-produced version of "No One Is To Blame".