Patrick Bradley | Can You Hear Me

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Can You Hear Me

by Patrick Bradley

Patrick has a variety of jazz visages – fusion, contemporary and smooth - emerge from tracks rooted in R&B that reflect prisms of funk, soul and blues with the deep-pocketed
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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The title track and first radio single, Can You Hear Me a plaintive piano lullaby graced with the serene soprano sax presence of Dave Koz on the song inspired by Bradley’s late mother. Bradley mentioned "The melody and title came to me simultaneously with a deep beckoning cry from deep within while reaching outwardly towards the heavens" "Can You Hear Me". The song was produced by Jeff Lorber.


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When you hear the bluesy organ solo on “All In,” the easy flowing opening track of keyboardist/composer Patrick Bradley’s CAN YOU HEAR ME, and the wild Moog synth solo on the high octane “North of Evermore,” you might just think they’re being played by the project’s legendary producer Jeff Lorber. That’s how exciting and innovative Bradley is as a player! Though he enlists the help of all-star friends like Rick Braun, Dave Koz, Jimmy Haslip and Eric Marienthal, Bradley shines on both the main melodies and sparkling solos on a set that’s rocking, funkified and at times profoundly spiritual. CAN YOU HEAR ME? That would be a resounding YES! ~Jonathan Widran