Deep Sea Telemetry | Tropical Splash

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Tropical Splash

by Deep Sea Telemetry

Easy listening, Electro Lounge, World Fusion.
Genre: Electronic: Pop Crossover
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1. Spotted Cat
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2. Autumn Chill
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2:45 $0.50
3. Tropical Splash
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2:47 $0.50
4. Lara Lye
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5. Just A Castanet
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6. Olivia
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7. Me Three
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Album Notes
Ray Haysbert Jr is "Deep Sea Telemetry"!
The oldest of four children born to Ray and Evelyn Haysbert, much his childhood was spent in
Baltimore, Maryland. Ray Haysbert JR. is a grad of both Edmondson high school, where he was a vocal music major, and Morgan State University in Business Administration. While in the
U. S. Army he played with a band called the "Dukes of Soul" in and around White Sands New Mexico.

Musical influences: MJQ, Ramsey Lewis Trio, Stevie Wonder and whoever was playing at the Left Bank Jazz Society of Baltimore Md. in the 70's.

What says about "Ray Haysbert Jr."

Soul-heavy blues; A dose of jazz adds to a strong sense of technical ability....
(Reviewed by Mike M.)


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Brian Roberts

Interestingly funky
My favorite cut is "Olivia". The artist has an unique use of funky riff, heavily late 60's influence. I have a two year old that loves to go to sleep listening to this CD.