Mark Carter | West Coast Groove

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West Coast Groove

by Mark Carter

Funky smooth jazz guitar
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Brand New Love
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2. Party On the Pier
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4:04 album only
3. Her Song
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4. Walk the Walk
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5. Dance For a Dreamer
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6. Santa Monica Sunsets
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7. Jazzman
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8. Midnight in the Marina
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9. Night N2 Day
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10. Don't Know Why
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11. Hangin At Hals
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Carter’s vibrant and intense, jazz-oriented style, picture perfect melodies, bright brass harmonies and seductive rhythms once again capture the spirit of celebration. While It’s About Time paid homage to chief guitar influences Wes Montgomery and Grant Green, West Coast Groove—which features longtime associates and well known smooth jazz musicians Tim Redfield and saxmen Eric Marienthal and Michael Paulo--invites the listener into the joyful, all at once laid back and bustling world of Carter’s adopted home of Southern California.
Carter played in numerous high school jazz bands and has been a professional musician for over thirty years, performing thousands of gigs throughout Southern California at restaurants, clubs, parti, etc. as a soloist, part of a duet and bandleader. His incredible versatility has led him to play countless gigs with some of the biggest names in contemporary music—Dave Koz, Eric Marienthal, Al Jarreau, The Drifters, The Coasters and Engelbert Humperdinck. As longtime guitarist for the Crystal Cathedral, he played with David Foster, Glen Campbell, Roger Williams and Lee Greenwood.


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