Gary Foote | Harlem Works

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Harlem Works

by Gary Foote

HarlemWorks is a potpourri of stunning talent. Mr. Foote has gathered and garnered together, on one CD, many intensely dynamic performers, each with their unique, profound and intriguing contribution. Whether working behind the scenes scoring films and TV
Genre: Urban/R&B: Contemporary urban
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1. World Broadcast
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2. Come On Over (Feat Jenny Douglas) (Feat. Jenny Douglas)
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3. That's Real (Feat Stan "Everyman" Thompson) (Feat. Stan "Everyman" Thompson)
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4. Way Feelin U (Feat Cheryl "Pepsii" Riley) (Feat. Cheryl "Pepsii" Riley)
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5. Uncle Herb (Get up off that thang)
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6. How Long Should I Wait For You
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7. Got A Match?
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8. R.D. Reprise (Feat Ronny Drayton) (Feat. Ronny Drayton)
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9. Everything U Need
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10. Harlem Works
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11. R.O.N. Interlude (Feat Ron Grant) (Feat. Ron Grant)
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12. In A Sentimental Mood
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HarlemWorks is a potpourri of stunning talent. Mr. Foote has gathered and garnered together, on one CD, many intensely dynamic performers, each with their unique, profound and intriguing contribution.
Whether working behind the scenes scoring films and TV commercials, or teaming up with iconic artists such as Smokey Robinson, Billy Cobham, Maxwell, Wu Tang, P Diddy’s Bad Boy artists and of course Blood Sweat and Tears, super producer Gary Foote's whirlwind life of music has propelled and impelled him to over 75 countries, enthralling audiences on six continents.
The title track highlights the talents of Matt King, considered one of the top jazz pianists of his generation.
“That's Real” features Stan "Everyman" Thompson who introduces us to the cool, silky sweetness of his enraptured voice.
Gary's scintillating mastership of the bass is showcased in the Chick Corea classic "Got a Match".
Jenny Douglas infuses her indelible spritely spirit in the infectious and impish, "Come on Over".
On “Way Feelin’ You", Mr. Foote recalls the first time he heard Cheryl "Pepsii" Riley sing, and their mutual admiration is shared in this collaboration.
Lenny Kravitz's horn section, Ludovic Louis and Harold "Saxpimp" Todd, are the focus on the provocative and moody “How Long Should I Wait for You?”
Gary's Blood Sweat and Tears & Smokey Robinson bandmates are spotlighted in the jumping, jamming, jangling, party-popping "Uncle Herb".
New York’s legendary guitarist, Ronny Drayton, as well as Harlem mainstays Ron Grant, Vivian Sessoms, GTO, and Andre Smith, bring their own diverse musical voices, which Mr. Foote orchestrates into a velvety smooth crescendo on the exciting new age jazz fusion, “Everything U Need.”
Often heralded as the world’s greatest harmonica player, Rob Paparozzi guests on Harlem’s own Duke Ellington's classic, "In a Sentimental Mood".
Take in the deepness of this celebration of the world of Gary Foote, for all agree that HarlemWorks is a work of art, a slice of time, played out to titillate our memories and charm our hearts.
To listen to HarlemWorks is to love it, so let’s begin the love now.
-Yehoshua Danese


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Neil Capolongo

FABULOUS PIECE OF WORK
... just listened to Gary Foote's new CD: "HarlemWorks." It is a FABULOUS piece of work! It's so RELAXED and so FUNKY and so PRECISE and so DIVERSE ... a great showcase for Gary and his many talents! And it SOUNDS so good too ( in terms of the recording quality ). From "Come On Over" which has a sort of "Incognito" vibe to "Got A Match," the Chick Corea tune, to my favorite track: "In A Sentimental Mood." ... just great! ... interesting also that the title track is a TOTAL DEPARTURE from the rest of the CD... sort of an Esperanza kind of vibe. ... Gary, ALL THE BEST with this new endeavor. You deserve it!