Hiroshi Sato | That's All Right

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That's All Right

by Hiroshi Sato

One of the most famous Japanese keyboard players covers Elvis Presley. He performs all keyboards, programming and vocals needed to create unique sounds of his own, with bluesy & funky feel. You will be surprised.
Genre: Blues: Funky Blues
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1. That's All Right, Mama
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2. Don't Be Cruel
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3. Dream
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4. Baby, What You Want Me to Do
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5. Love Me Tender
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6. Sepia
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HIROSHI SATO is one of the most famous Japanese keyboard players. He started his career in early 70's and has released 16 albums of his own and also has worked as a producer, an arranger, a composer, a player for many albums known as masterpieces. His music sounds really unique showing such mixed influences like gospel, blues, Elvis Presley, Beatles.
"THAT'S ALL RIGHT" is his latest album in which he covers his long-time idol Elvis Presley for the first time in his career lasting for more than thirty years. It includes three Elvis cover tunes and one Jimmy Reed cover tune two original instrumental tunes.


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doc mongoose

He tickles those ivories to death.....and then some.......
Just the right man for the job.This is the type of stuff that when you hear it comming into a club at say ten pm you know your gonna stay a while just listenin and grinnin.FINE FINE FINE!