Errick Lewis | Where Musician Ends & Instrument Begins

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Where Musician Ends & Instrument Begins

by Errick Lewis

Fusion Jazz
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Where Musician Ends
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2. Corine Corryne
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3. Frustrated
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4. Food for Thought
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5. Alley Jazz (feat. Patrick Lamb)
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6. Corryne's Lullaby
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7. Doorway to the East
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8. Eastern
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9. 6ix 8ight
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10. 7even (feat. Dennis Dove)
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11. Wake Up Now
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12. Whatcha Thankin'?
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13. Vibe With Us
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14. Freeway
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15. Muziq (feat. Steveland Swatkins)
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16. And Instrument Begins
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Album Notes
This album is a reflection of a lifetime of true musicianship, seamlessly fused together into one incredible experience that must be played over and over again. Flawlessly adding a dash of an instrument here with a dab of the musician there. The album will carry you away to a place where the musician and instrument do not end or begin but simply become one.


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Stevie Ray Mays

Like Ice cream /HaagenDaz
Blistfull as vanilla beans ,you wish you could taste them.Like the sound of taste...Like just enuff butter in your maltomeal..just the right amount of salt in the water makes your egg not crack ,your sweet stand out ............your bitter stays in tact...This collection is like the arouma of your favorite french kiss,Ya know...That smell that comes from her nose,,,Kinda 'Creme Corn'with your favorite beverage ,'Her tongue ' ...That's this album...It's whole buncha love...Plus ,He's a great person to share a laugh with, My friend Errick...

Chilly Wil

Errick Lewis
Buy this album or load up on your favorite downloads! It won't disappoint for the bass lover, such as myself, or the smooth/ contemporary jazz aficionado.


3 T's
Hey Errick, I was able to hear your cd before you released, I am as inspired now, as I was then, GREAT Work! So I was told by a very respected musician, "DUB" "You got this Chris" after performing with him. WELL Errick, your Album sounds AMAZING " You got this Errick... 3T's ... TALENT, TONE AND TOUCH, YOUR ALBUM REFLECTS 3T'S!!! SEE YOU SOON!


From the first time I heard it in the studio, to the now finished project, I was, amd still am in awe of his talent . I have 3 favorites, but love them all because they each speak to a different mood. All beautifully different. The subleties and intricacies of his playing keep you interested and wanting to see where his music will take you. Enjoy the journey. Errick Lewis continues to inspire me with his incredible music, teaching, and friendship. I can't wait to hear more from him, and learn more. Beautiful CD.

Andrew Gorny

5 stars
WMEAIB is a diverse collection of soulful tunes that illuminate Mr. Lewis both as a stellar technician and tasteful composer. With bass-driven composition it's difficult to create melodic figures for the bass that not only reinforce the band (as a bass should) but also contain lyrical and memorable themes.

For the non-musician, this record grooves hard and sings smooth. For the musician, the writing is very smart, but has a strong focus on melody which, as many musicians musicians records can illustrate, can be hard to come by. Errick's writing style at its most unpredictable moments still puts taste and pop sensibilities up front. At every listen, I hear something that gets snuck in behind all of this catchy writing.

Highlight Track: Alley Jazz


Head over Heels
I am hopelessly in love with this entire album! It has something for everyone, a song that goes with any mood and no matter how many times I play it I am always hearing something I missed the times before. Music unlike any I have heard before and better than what is playing out there money well spent. I can not wait to hear more from this artist.

Bishop-Elect D. O'Neil Fleming, Sr.

Just downloaded! No need to let this album grow on you. It meets u head one and you'll love it! I've had the pleasure of hearing Mr. Lewis live and what you hear in person is what he has delivered. HE WILL NOT DISAPPOINT! Reminds me of the late great Mr. Way Tisdale (miss him). By far his dedication to his mom and daughter is primo. Listen to Track 2 titled Corine Corryne.
I love the way the horn arrangements flow with music brilliance. Time well spent on this project. This is a CD you won't be ashamed to blast while riding down the street: a definite head-turner. This songs are non-rushed, perfected and I'm looking forward to wearing this CD out! Good thing I downloaded straight to my iMAC. #just_dwyane

Zack Poelwijk

artistry defined
In an era when all the popular hit-makers are fake... In an era when pop stars can't sing, and lip sync at Superbowl halftime shows... In an era when overproduced, talent-thin pop stars get undeserved credit... Errick Lewis reminds us that real music still exists. True artistry still exists. Virtuous musicians still exist. This'll be the best $15 you spend this year.