Eric Marner | No, I'm Different

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No, I'm Different

by Eric Marner

No, I'm Different is a saxophone driven project from the eclectic mind of a child of Hip Hop with Jazz roots.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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1. So Many Reasons
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2. Brave New World
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3. Especially You
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4. I'd Do It Again (feat. Craig Dobson)
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5. Charm City
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6. Can't Get Right
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7. No, I'm Different
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8. Can We Date Again (feat. Marcus Newsome)
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9. Move, Bounce, Shake, Twist
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10. Who Wears the Crown
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No, I'm Different, the third project, by saxophonist Eric Marner is an innovative blend of modern R&B, Hip Hop style production coupled with the full musical integrity of Jazz. From the downbeat, every track draws you in with its organic grooves and its masterful, unprecedented production in the realm of Jazz, Smooth Jazz, or Instrumental R&B; there is nothing like No, ID. If you're looking for easy listening music, this is not it! This saxophone and vocal driven cd is an energetic explosion of sound, like no other, which makes it too difficult to categorize. It should be put on the shelf of Imperfect Competition! No, I'm Different blurs the lines between Jazz, Smooth Jazz, and Hip Hop.


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