Yannis Georgiou | Sax On The Floor - cd single

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Sax On The Floor - cd single

by Yannis Georgiou

A theme that blends funky saxophone and bass with "four on the floor" disco-house groove.
Genre: Electronic: Funk
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Yannis Georgiou is a composer, arranger, remix producer born in Greece. He studied composition with Joseph Papadatos and piano with Valery Sagaidatchny. He has worked as an arranger & programmer with composers Mimis & Antonis Plessas on many projects for TV, theater and discography and has done many remixes for greek departments of Universal, EMI, Virgin and Warner Records. He's been director of Sound & Music Dpt. at I.V.T. AKMI in Athens, since July 2008.

Visit me on: www.ygeorgiou.com


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scott robinson

Complex funk
Complex jazzy high energy funk rock.

Andrew Meyers

Quick... Funky... Great !
I always knew that independent artists can produce material well-diserved for mainstream promotion. The music is fabulous as-is or as source for funky remixes and sampling. Given the fact that this is an in-house production, including mixing and arrangements, it is strangely well-done!