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Wayne Linsey - Wayne Linsey Presents A Swingin Christmas (2015)

10-12-2015, 23:09
Music | Jazz | XMAS & Holiday

Title: Wayne Linsey Presents A Swingin Christmas
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Headrok Records
Genre: Jazz: Swing Jazz, Xmas
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 72:03
Total Size: 168 MB

1. Oh Christmas Tree (5:34)
2. Santa Baby (Feat. Bridgette Bryant) (5:26)
3. Christmas Time Is Here (6:15)
4. The Christmas Song (5:13)
5. Linus And Lucy (8:25)
6. Away In A Manger (2:54)
7. Silent Night (Feat. Bridgette Bryant) (7:15)
8. White Christmas (4:37)
9. Winter Wonderland (5:38)
10. Little Drummer Boy (8:15)
11. Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow (3:54)
12. My Favorite Things (8:32)

The consummate musician, producer, arranger, songwriter and artist in his own right, Wayne Linsey’s list of credits reads like a who’s who in contemporary music. Legendary names like Miles Davis, Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder are among the plethora of artists with whom the L.A.-based maestro has worked on stage and in the recording studio. Super producers like Kenneth ‘Babyface’ Edmonds and hitmakers like Whitney Houston and Earth, Wind & Fire always call Wayne to work on their projects; as a touring musician, Wayne spent many years with the ever-popular band Maze featuring Frankie Beverly, lending his distinctive and soulful touch as the primary keyboardist to the group’s energetic live show.

As a multi-talented instrumentalist, Wayne plays keyboards, guitar, bass and drums on the record; special guest players include trombonist Fred Wesley, Bobby Brown, Michael ‘Patches’ Stewart on trumpet, saxophonist Kenny Garrett, drummer Teddy Campbell., Kevin Ricard on percussion, Hiram Bullock, Paul Jackson Jr., John “Jubu” Smith & Tariqh Akoni on guitars and vocalists Leon Ware, Louis Price Jr., Lamont Van Hook, Sy Smith and Wayne’s former wife, artist in her own right, Lynne Fiddmont, among others. Incorporating funky grooves, soulful slow jams and pieces with topical lyrical messages and including “Bookendz,” a tune originally commissioned by Miles Davis which appears on his live recordings as “Wayne’s Tune,” Wayne’s new CD, “A Song Without Words,” reflects the broad spectrum of music he’s mastered since his early days studying at Washington DC’s Howard University.

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