Marc Hicks | Destination Learning Solstice

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Destination Learning Solstice

by Marc Hicks

The album, Destination Learning Solstice, is a mixture of Smooth Jazz, Funk, R&B and Alternative original tracks by artist Marc Hicks.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. The Lady from Rio
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2. Zoot Suit Shuffle
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3. Cosmic Railroad Crossing
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4. Tyda
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5. A Little Bit More of U
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6. Choir
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7. Dance With Me
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8. Jive Rio
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9. Native
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10. King of Spades
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Album Notes
This album was written, recorded and mixed in Los Angeles and mastered by multi-Grammy certificate winner CCI Media Studios Gregory Cook and Mark Cargill in Torrance, California. The drum track for " Cosmic Railroad Crossing " was recorded by Ron Benedict at Gilmores Recording Studio in Long Beach, California. The cover graphics were done by Ezli Escoto,, Inglewood, California. The drums used were Yamaha, and the cymbals were Zildjian. Hicks, a drummer by trade composed, performed and engineered this project. Marc shared musical ideas with his former high school classmate, Louis Johnson, of the famed "Brothers Johnson." produced by Quincy Jones. Marc then began working in earnest during the late 70's and into the 80's with artists such as:

* Wilton Felder, saxophonist for the Crusaders, and winner of the Billboard Best Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year. Photograph of Marc and Wilton on the Bio page.
* Janet Dubois, singer and screen actress from the hit Television show, " Good Times", and " The Jeffersons " theme. The drum track on Janets album "Hidden Treasures", song title "Me, Myself,and I " available on her web site.
* Members from the R & B group, "Parliament" and notable others.


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