Jazz After Hours – Digital Download


You’ve got the evening free, the weekend off, or a late night date, and this is your music to play, relax or entertain with. It’s music to inspire. Change your mood from work-a-day to weekend, from stressed to sensual.

Featuring the #1 World Jazz Single, “Malibu”

1. Malibu / Lisa Hilton
2. Dance With Me / Lisa Hilton
3. Waltz for Debby / Bill Evans
4. Nocturne / Lisa Hilton
5. All Blues / Miles Davis
6. Just Do It / Lisa Hilton
7. Secret Love / Sammy Fain
8. All That / Lisa Hilton
9. Azure / Duke Ellington
10. When We Met / Lisa Hilton
11. Listen To Your Heart / Lisa Hilton

Lisa Hilton/piano, Eric Marienthal/sax, Reggie McBride/bass, Tal Bergman/drums

Digital Downloads available only in MP3 format encoded at 256kbps.

Download Instructions

  1. After you finish your order, it says RETURN TO LISA HILTON MUSIC click this.
  2. Under ORDER DETAILS it says in blue: CD title digital download x1 and under that it says Download File: with the name of the CD on it, then.zip. Click that to download the files.
  3. Files will be downloaded into Downloads Folder on your computer.
  4. Click the folder with the CD name on it in your Downloads Folder, then select all the tracks and open them – then they will appear in your music player on your computer (iTunes, or Windows Media Player)



Also Available On: Itunes | Amazon | CDBaby

“A vibrant composer and exceptional pianist with the passion and panache few artists capture”
Karl Stober/JazzTrenzz

“‘Jazz After Hours’ is a great album for relaxing and reenergizing, a backdrop for an intimate dinner, or even good party music”
Kathy Parsons/Solo Piano Publications

“When Lisa tickles the keys in her unique, playful style, you know she’s having fun”
Andy Parrish/ WVSU General Manager

“Lisa has outdone herself with this album… exquisitely setting all the right moods with the help of some very talented musicians. I absolutely LOVE this album”
Eric Cohen/Music Director, WAER

“Very rarely does an artist come along with the versatility of moving between such diverse styles as to nail Gershwin’s My Love is Here to Stay’ then Jobim’s Girl From Ipanema, while saving just enough for my favorite, ‘Just For Fun’”
Al Santos/WJZW

“Reminiscent of some of Dave Brubeck’s work”
RJ Lannan/The Sounding Board