MP3 Jeff Muller - Jes Grew
Komplettes MP3 Album von Jeff Muller
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: An r&b/blues/jazz/funk/New Orleans-style musical gumbo featuring great songwriting, clever arrangements, and fantastic performances.
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"Already sitting on this critic’s list for the top albums of the year is Jeff Muller presents Jes Grew, a masterfully crafted tribute to deep roots soul which interweaves New Orleans traditional styles, R&B, jazz, funk, classical and African elements in an ecstatic celebration of life." - JAZZTIMES
Songwriter, producer and guitarist Jeff Muller is joined on Jes Grew by many of the greatest roots music artists from the Mid-Atlantic area. Vocalists include the sultry Meg Murray (who has worked with Timbaland), Wammy-award winner Mary Ann Redmond, blue-eyed soul crooner (who also puts in a mean turn on the Hammond B-3 organ) Tommy Lepson, Kerrville New Folk award winner Scott Carter, and former P-Funk sideman Michael McHenry. The album also features some of the last recorded work of the incredible Eva Cassidy. Other notable performers on the record are: saxophonists Tim Eyermann (Grammy nominee and Larry Coryell sideman) and Alex Holland (Gatemouth Brown, Pinetop Perkins), bassist John Previti (Danny Gatton), pianist Tom Roberts (Leon Redbone), drummer Timm Biery (Danny Gatton, Nils Lofgren, Deanna Bogart), and guitarist Joe Yanovich (Vincent Nguini), as well as many other talented musicians.
"I like this disc a lot and put it on the pile for more fun later." - BLUE SUEDE NEWS
"Highly recommended for the contemporary adult looking for a red-hot injection of New Orleans soul." - SPLENDID E-ZINE
"...this disc melds jazz, blues and modern forms into an intriguing mélange... Sweetly recorded, lots of funky horns, wah guitar and voices." - BLUES REVUE
"An extremely entertaining dive into the rich musical history of New Orleans." - ROOTSTOWN MUSIC MAGAZINE (Belgium)