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Marcus Johnson - The Phoenix (2007)

Jazz | Author: indeep1 | 10-06-2013, 09:56
Marcus Johnson - The Phoenix (2007)
Artist: Marcus Johnson
Title Of Album: The Phoenix
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: The Keys Music
Genre: Jazz
Format: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 48:22
Total Size: 310 MB(+3%)

Tracklist

01. Side Steppin
02. Potomac Ridge
03. Road To Los Suenos
04. Believe
05. Love
06. Table For 2
07. My Caddy
08. Urban Trust
09. You And I
10. The Journey
11. Make It Happen
Marcus Johnson - The Phoenix (2007)

personnel :


Marcus Johnson - guitar, piano, keyboards
Derrick 'Hottsoss' Cummings, Wah Wah - guitar
Philip Martin (saxophone
Courtney Leonard, David Dyson - bass guitar
Jason Holt - drums
Nikki Gonzalez, Jarian Felton - background vocals
Frank McComb - vocals
Stanley Cooper - guitar, saxophone

The Phoenix is Marcus Johnson's tenth recording and features 11 brand new songs from both new and established songwriters. The keyboardist/composer/producer offers a solid and balanced set filled with urban grooves, contemporary jazz, R&B and hip-hop with a little help from friends — saxophonist Phillip Martin, vocalist Frank McComb and guitarist Stanley Cooper, among others. Johnson has developed a real talent for smooth jazz as well as having a hand in getting inside the groove and soul of his R&B cohort Raheem DeVaughn's smash hit titled "Believe." Johnson's collage of wide-ranged and interesting material is capped off with the radio hit "The Road to Los Suenos," a real smooth burner with vocals by Nikki Gonzalez that should have the club scene happening with its thumping evocation of R&B and ebullient rhythms. This song is hot and a sure sign that The Phoenix's track list is, too. "Urban Trust" kicks with its strong, funky basslines and rocking guitar solos. But it's Johnson who surprises the most on this one with his notable retro elements and sophisticated riffs that keep you hooked. Strong sax playing from Phillip Martin on "The Journey" makes it a real keeper, while Frank McComb's smooth crooning on "Love" will have you under his influence. Marcus Johnson has never forgotten his core audience but The Phoenix is sure to garner more international fans at the other end of the musical spectrum because of the reworked Latin funk fusion. Recommended.

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