Mr Seven Strings | Something Special

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Something Special

by Mr Seven Strings

Smooth jazz with a little taste of r&b reminiscent of George Benson, Stanley Clark and Norman Brown
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Enhale Exhale
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2. People Make the World Go Round
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3. Roll & Rock
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4. High School Sweetheart
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5. Feeling Good
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6. On the Go
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7. Play a Melody
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8. Timeless
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Album Notes
Listening to this musician, songwriter and vocalist, one would think that he is a "Guitarist", actually, he is a Bass player who plays 7, 8 and 9 string Bass'. In fact, there are no guitar players on this CD! He plays all of the parts that sound like a guitar, on his seven string Bass. He writes and arranges his own music, which is the style of soothing, smooth jazz that will take you on a journey into a relax state of mind. He also features a very talented line-up of vocalist and musicians. On track 2, 3 and 4 you have Tom Politzer on saxophone, who now plays with "Tower of Power" and on track 8 there's Charles McNeal on saxophone, who plays with "Boz Scaggs". On track 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, Kenny Boyd, who is also known as "The Keyboard Wizard", has shared the stage with so many recording artist we can't really keep count. He is also noted for playing with the popular R&B group "The Whispers". For tracks 2 and 4 on lead vocals, you have Keith Johnson who is recording his new CD. He also has recorded with the "Braxton Brothers" and has shared the stage with a lot of recording R&B and smooth jazz artist. Last but not least, you have the two female vocalist: Joy Williams and Tami Tambora. on track 2 Joy Williams is the voice singing the chorus "People Make the World Go Round" and she is a familiar face in the concert scenes. Tami Tambora is the lead vocalist on track 5, "Feeling Good" and also a busy artist performing with R&B Jazz and neo-soul artists. Together these vocalist and musicians add "Something Special" to this CD, making it something that you will never forget.


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Renee Russell

"Something Special" defines smooth jazz of the present and future!
Honestly, I've never heard anything quite like this album before. It's purely sensual, enjoyable and it makes you forget your troubles for about an hour. When I first heard the song Timeless, I got it from my former boss (at a radio station) who was trying to get rid of all the cd's that's not from a major record label. Obviously, he didn't know what he was giving up (his loss)and I'm glad because this album is truely something special. May Mr. Seven Strings find success and happiness!

joachim brueggmann

Smooth bass grooves!
It's a perfect mixture of funky bass and jazz bass. Sometimes it reminds me of Stanley Clarke.

Charles Williams

Great sounding CD
This Cd has a great collection of songs. I loved it and I have told others about it.

Renee Russell

Where r u?
Once again, this cd rocks but I wish his website was active. What happened? Mr. Seven Strings, holla back!

Michael Douet Publishing BMI

There's something good when you hear a Bass like this
After all tese years it sure is nice to have such a Bass around it re-minds me of why I am still playing-what a blessing it is ti have this kind of sound
Good Luck
Michael Douet BMI

freddie miller

I've had the pleasure of working with this man the cd rocks
This cd will take you mind off to place where dreams are made.