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Jerome Epps - Eclectic Fusion (2007)

30-10-2014, 17:08
Music | Jazz

Jerome Epps - Eclectic Fusion (2007)

Artist: Jerome Epps
Title Of Album: Eclectic Fusion
Year Of Release: 2007
Genre: Jazz
Label: Jerome Epps
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 44:52
Total Size: 105 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Smooth Funk (6:16)
02. Midnight Groove (5:16)
03. Rumba Salsa Rump (3:51)
04. Too Hip 2 Hop (5:02)
05. Enigma (5:42)
06. Celebracion (4:13)
07. Bossa De Nova (4:31)
08. Awakening (9:58)

Born in Washington DC, Jerome Epps began to embrace music at a very young age. With his father being an accomplished jazz saxophonist, Jerome would listen to his dad practice for hours to the likes of Miles, Coltrane, Bird, Sergio Mendes, Antonio Carlos Jobim, and the virtual who’s who of jazz. Yet there would take a slight detour on the path to fully appreciating jazz. And that detour was called: “Jimi Hendrix”. The Jazz world was put on hold while performed in numerous rock bands, influenced by Eric Clapton (Cream), Terry Kath (Chicago), Jimmy Page (Zepplin), and the original Santana band. Later his interests would shift back towards r&b, soul and funk, only to make the ultimate migration to more progressive jazz-rock fusion artists like Chick Corea, Al Dimeola, John McLaughlin’s Mahavishnu Orchestra, and Weather Report.

Oddly enough, as a youngster Jerome’s first music teacher was Roberta Flack (of “Killing Me Softly” fame) who taught him within the D.C. public school system. Years later he studied Music Education at Howard University where he met Dizzy Gillespie at a Latin-Jazz seminar. A priceless experience indeed.

Later, after moving west, Jerome finished his education at San Jose State University where he studied classical and jazz guitar. Hence, this musical path has led to Jerome’s new CD release “Eclectic Fusion” which embraces his eclectic roots in jazz, r&b, funk, latin, rock and fusion, while blending this sound with contemporary dance beats. Hence we give you “Eclectic Fusion”. Enjoy!

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