Blake Aaron | You're My Miracle (Instrumental Version)

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You're My Miracle (Instrumental Version)

by Blake Aaron

"You're My Miracle" is a engaging, breezy, retro-soul track featuring smooth, bluesy guitar that is sure to be the feel good hit of the summer.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Named "a genius on the guitar" by the Los Angeles Times, Blake Aaron has recorded and/ or performed with such artists as Philip Bailey (Earth Wind and Fire), Sheila E., Frank Stallone, Bobby Womack and Carlos Santana (Womack-Save the Children), The Gap Band, David Pack (Ambrosia), Jimmy Pankow (Chicago), Lakeside, Dynasty, The Drifters, The Coasters, Tommy Walker, Little Anthony and the Imperials, Joe Houston, Mary Wells, Billy Bass and Bernie Worell (The Funkadellics), Fish (Fishbone), producer Bill Laswell, producer Michael Lloyd, Keiko Matsui, Hiroshima, David Benoit, Najee, Eric Marienthal, Ricky Lawson, Nelson Rangell, Marion Meadows, Steve Reid's Bamboo Forest, Tony Newton, Kuh LaDesma, and Gloria Trevi.
Blake Aaron has also been the guitarist and/or composed for such television shows and films as “Real Music Live” (NBC), "MAD TV" (FOX) where Blake was the show's guitarist for 14 years and co-composed the show's latest theme, Steven Seagal's "Half Past Dead 2," "Super Dave Osborne" (Spike TV) and also co-composed the show's latest theme, Chocolate News" (Comedy Central), "The Next Best Thing" (ABC), "The Starlet" (w/Faye Dunaway) (UPN), "10-8" (ABC), "The Jamie Kennedy Experiment" (WB), "Gary and Mike" (UPN), "The Ben Stiller Show" (FOX), "Sunday Night Comics" (FOX)
In 2007, Blake released his third CD, DESIRE. Packed with beautiful, unforgettable melodies, with such hit singles as "Bumpin' on the Wes Side," and "Desire," The DESIRE CD was in the Top 20 on Radio and Records for 15 weeks, and #1 on the Indie Charts for 20 weeks.
**The latest 2 singles from Blake Aaron, "Encantadora," featuring Najee on flute was #1 on the BDS/ Billboard recurrent contemporary jazz charts and stayed in the Top Ten for 15 weeks and "You're the One For Me," featuring vocalist Spencer Day stayed in the Top 10 for 20 weeks!
In 2008, Blake Aaron began hosting an internationally syndicated weekly radio show recorded live from host station KSBR. Several stations are already running the Blake Aaron Radio Show including KSBR/Mission Viejo, KIHT- HD3 St. Louis, WVSU/Birmingham, SKY FM/Solar Radio (Satellite radio in the UK and Western Europe), AmbianceJazzOnline.com, Jazz-City.com, CitySoundsRadio.com, WavJazz.net, SmoothJazzExpressions.com, Smooth Jazz Beach Radio, KSBR.com, OhZone.com (Taiwan), JazzBluesRadio.com, Rhythm and Jazz Radio, AllMediaArtists.com, and JazzMatrix.com.

The Blake Aaron Radio Show is an artist to artist live radio show with the main purpose of bringing the contemporary jazz/ AC listener closer to the music and the contemporary jazz/ AC artist family. Blake plays live music on the air with each guest and has performed with and has had such guests on the Blake Aaron Radio Show as Kenny Loggins, Anita Baker, Earl Klugh, Bill Medley (The Righteous Bros.), Ambrosia, YES, Alan Parsons, Ambrosia, David Pack, Frank Stallone, Ottmar Liebert, Dick Dale, Steve Tyrell, Peter Asher, Paul Reiser and Julia Fordham, Lee Ritenour, Craig Chaquico, Boney James, Rick Braun, Neal Schon (Journey), David Benoit, Peter White, Najee, Warren Hill, Brian Culbertson, Hiroshima, Mindi Abair, Spencer Day, Chieli Minucci, Paul Jackson Jr., Alphonse Mouzon, Ricky Lawson, Evelyn Champagne King, and Caleb Quaye (Elton John).


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