Bigdog & Shirlfox | I'm a Winner! 2013 (feat. Man Lewis, Jr. & Shirley M. Jackson)

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I'm a Winner! 2013 (feat. Man Lewis, Jr. & Shirley M. Jackson)

by Bigdog & Shirlfox

Mr. Man Lewis, Jr. (Bigdog), and Shirley M. Jackson (Shirlfox) is the hottest keyboard playing vocalist and performing duel, United States has seen in many years. Explosive keyboard playing: bass, horns, strings, piano, and other instruments, including drum beats; while singing complex rhythms that leaves a catchy hook that lingers in your mind, even after the songs have been performed.
Genre: Urban/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover
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1. Truth (Part 1) Bigdog & Shirlfox
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5:00 album only
2. Independent Woman Shirlfox & Bigdog
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5:26 album only
3. Stop Fooling Me Around Bigdog & Shirlfox
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4:09 album only
4. Don't Wanna Listen to That! Shirlfox & Bigdog
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2:58 album only
5. Countrygirl Shirlfox & Bigdog
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3:29 album only
6. Rock You Bigdog & Shirlfox
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7. Politician Bigdog & Shirlfox
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8. Down Rock Avenue Bigdog & Shirlfox
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9. Truth (Part Il) Bigdog & Shirlfox
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10. U.S.A. We Love You Bigdog & Shirlfox
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
My music is created from a spiritual point of view; I get melody
lines, and usually build on them; and in most cases have to wait to
complete the songs; at least until the completion is spiritually
given to me. Sometimes I hear a melody line when I'm rehearsing my
songs; and from there another song is born, usually hotter than the
one I'm rehearsing. Another method that I use is brain storming;
with both lyric & music, which creates new ideas that are usually
finished off at a later time. I also write songs to fit a certain
occasion. At this point and time; keeping up with the Billboard
transactions, and listening to the newest releases, as well as the
songs in the top 10 charts, also gives me a starting point for
writing material; kind of like keeping up with the latest. Shirley &
I have set around on several occasions having conversations while
rehearsing; from which songs are thought of, and if it's good, we
later pursue the idea, usually until a song is born. I also can set
down and just write a song; for example, if I were given an
assignment, I could certainly complete it without a problem. Writing
music is something that just comes natural. I actually write full
arrangements; most of my material is hand written; this includes:
bass, horns, strings, keyboards, drums, and any other part that I
would consider using. Music has been a part of my life all of my
life; and I love it. Shirley M. Jackson was born with Rhythm; she is
a natural; and has a style of her own. She is a fun person to work
with; and she catches on fast. Her preference exceeds this current
CD, and she looks forward to sharing more of herself with her fans.
The song Countrygirl is actually about her, and growing up with her
family members; and she looks forward to sharing more of herself in
the future.



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"I'm A Winner! 2013"

Bigdog & Shirlfox
Correction on the last five lines of "Album Notes": Shirley M. Jackson was born with Rhythm; she is a natural; and has a style of her own. She is a fun person to work with; and she catches on fast. Her preference exceeds this current CD, and she looks forward to sharing more of herself with her fans. The song Countrygirl is actually about her, and growing up with her family members; and she looks forward to sharing more of herself in the future

Steven Holbrook

ideas are not finished product
I was given this CD by Big Dog aka (Man Lewis Jr.) as he exclaimed he was the "greatest keyboard player in the world). Well, if he is, he's saving it for another effort. I have listened to each song several times, and it's quite obvious that there is some raw talent in Miss Jackson & Mr Lewis, however it also very apparent that both artists have a lot of work to do before this offering will be accepted by mainstream R & B stations or the public. The songs are mostly stock key bed music (music that has been churned out for years for radio & TV production value) with vocals written over the top. I heard no such evidence of virtuoso keyboard chops or production. As a general rule, most musicians making their living at the arts are slightly more humble than Mr Lewis. I wasn't able to meet or speak to Miss Jackson, as she was having a diva moment while Mr Lewis was boasting about his skills. Keep working Mr Lewis & Miss Jackson, you haven't made it yet.

Shirley M. Jackson

Truth
While ideas are not a finished product; neither is intentional misrepresentation by Steven Halbroak. The Hottest Keyboard player does not necessarily mean the "Greatest" keyboard player in the world.
(See new CD insert "I'm A Winner! 2013). It's a good thing that Mr. Halbroak isn't the one who decides what is acceptable to or by the main stream pop hip-hop rock, and R&B communities or the public. He speaks of evidence as if he's in court; yet his representations are less than a scintilla of evidence that would deter a reasonable and prudent person not to be the judge for themselves. His comment about Ms. Jackson having a diva moment was ridiculous; and substantiates the fact that it is he who has been having a diva moment while boasting about his skills on behalf of the mainstream and the R&B stations or the public. Take for example, the song: "Stop Fooling Me Around"; be the judge for yourself; listen to the keyboard and vocal style, and keep in mind that Mr. Lewis is the only one playing this music live; and singing at the same time. He is currently gearing up for a 23 City promotional tour; where you will be able to judge for yourself; and I guarantee you; and you can quote me on this; that his live show; and his new CD is not only "burning up! but it is on fire"; and you can judge for yourself by reviewing the CD, and catching his live show when he comes to a town near you. As for Steven Hobrook's diva moment, stay tuned and be the judge for yourself. Also keep in mind; that Mr. Holbrook has never met Mr. Lewis, and if he knew Ms. Jackson he would know that being a diva, or having a diva moment is not important to her; and is not the reason why she is in the music business. As a general rule, most musicians making their living at the arts are not Mr Lewis, and are not burning up, or on fire like Mr. Lewis. (See new CD coming soon).