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Jazz-Funk At Its Best with STEPHEN PFISTER'S "Monster From The Deep Invades The Beach Party" CD
Keyboardist/producer Stephen Pfister has just released his fourth CD, "Monster From The Deep Invades The Beach Party". This jazz-funk adventure has already garnered extraordinary reviews. On the opening track "Welcome To The Beach", Pfister showcases his amazing talents on both piano and Hammond B-3 organ. "Hey Uncle Ralph (Do You Have Anything Suzy Can Dance To?)" is an funky dance jam with whirling key grooves. Smooth jazz radio will love the CD closer, "The Walk Home", with a great sax solo and Pfister's talents for creating superb melodies with his piano playing.
Stephen Pfister is an immensely talented artist who has made his home for the last 11 years in the town of Blue Hill, Maine. Doesn't seem like a likely place, but there are musicians everywhere. Playing piano and organ for Big Pete Pearson when he was in Bar Harbor, ME. started things off. That lead to the first CD "Less Is More" with bassist Jason Fiefield and saxophonist Mark Hanson.You can order the C To C CD at www.cdbaby.com/cd/c2c . Pfister then went on to record a dynamic solo CD "Cold Hands-Warm Heart" that is also available at www.cdbaby.com/cd/pfister . In 2006, Pfister released the funky "Coastal Grooves" which Smother Review said "Good Stuff...Buy it Now". The CD can be found at www.cdbaby.com/pfister2 .
Pfister cites the influence of Les McCann, Ramsey Lewis and Jimmy Smith with a little Dr. John thrown in. Take a visit to the Downeast Maine region (Blue Hill, Bar Harbor and Bangor, USA) and you will find Stephen Pfister. Those who can't make the trek can experience all his genius on his latest CD "Monster From The Deep Invades The Beach Party".