At its core, Invisible Cinema is an acoustic jazz record, yet it evokes other sonic and rhythmic frontiers through the use of subtly added keyboards, meticulously varied guitar sounds and unorthodox beats. “I’d sometimes give Eric a very specific drum part to learn,” Parks explains. “But as soon as he’d get what I wanted, I’d tell him to forget it, let it go.” In this way, Parks coaxed free interaction and discovery from all involved. “The music that I write has a lot of structure, a lot that’s written into the pieces, but there’s also room for new things to happen at the same time. I like writing songs that are simple on some level, letting the musicians work their magic in those little nebulous cracks, the spaces I leave open.”- by David Adler: MySpace.com
Released date: August 19th at Amazon.com and other fine music outlets.
Good day everyone! While in our search for “nu-voices,” we bumped into a trio of enticing new artist that you might be interested in today.
Reggie Foster Jr. – Different Level
A native of Gary, Indiana, Reggie Jr. is the oldest of seven siblings. He was raised in a Pentecostal church family background, and born into a musical family where his parents, brothers and sisters all began as exceptional musicians and vocalists. Reggie embarked on a musical voyage as a very young child. His talents are truly a gift from God. Reggie began playing professionally at the age of 20, and over the next 10 years has provided his different flava to numerous gospel professional recordings, such as Ricky Dillard, Carlis Moody, SWV (Saints With A Vision), Tyrone Block/LSD, Ty Tribbet, Doug Williams of the Williams Brothers, James Greer, Karen Clark Sheard, and various other artists. – CDBaby.com [Independent Music]
Voro Garcia – Vorocity
Voro Garcia was born in Valencia, Spain in August 5th 1978. At age of 8, he started his first private lessons in trumpet. In 1996, he finished his classical studies in performance at the Luis Milan Conservatorium of Valencia, Spain. In the years that followed, he actively performed with several groups and big bands, touring around Spain and other European countries. He played with M.P. Mossman, Perico Sambeat, Mario Rossy, Albert Sanz, Ze Eduardo, Leo Genovese and Bob Gullotti among others. In Spring 2005 he was granted with a scholarship to attend Berklee College of Music where he graduated in 2007. Some of the teachers he studied with include Joe Lovano, Hal Crook, George Garzone, Dave Santoro, Dave Douglas, Mark Whitfield and Greg Hopkins among others. – CDBaby.com [Independent Music]
Breggett Rideau – More
For New Orleans native, Breggett Rideau, her first CD Release “the opportune tune…” afforded her the chance to do something she loves to do, which is sing and tell the story of her life through her phenomenal voice to appease the appetite of jazz enthusiasts and lovers of real, live music. “How many times can one heart break? As many times as it searches for love. But, when love is found it was worth every attempt. ” Join Breggett in her quest for love. In this soulful jazz presentation of her latest CD. – CDBaby.com [Independent Music]
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