Walter Earl | Live in San Francisco

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Live in San Francisco

by Walter Earl

Like Bernard Wright ,Rodney Franklin, for the new millenium, he's made three albums, which are all well crafted jazz/funk/soul, he's certainly a breath of fresh air in these smooth bilge times. Apparently he operates out of San Francisco.
Genre: Jazz: Soul-Jazz
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FLY) was the pilot for Smooth Jazz High Definition, it was Hosted by Miranda Wilson it opened with a one minute and thirty second amazing opening called, “FLY” featuring the great sounds of The Walter Earl Group along with fascinating aerials of San Francisco filmed by Louis Halcyon Simmons. Live In San Francisco was a great moment in my life, working with such great musician. this group of guys was like my family we all play well together,and we had passion for the music,playing all over the bay' with a pack house every were we go. The sound of (soul hip hop Jazz )open up a lot of door for us, all over the world. so I want to have something for the rest of my life to show my daughter Shekinah,to my fan's from all over the world,to the radio station's, thanks to the Dj' whom show us so much love and support for the musician .... and for our style we you love you Bay Area!!

The Musician are Walter Earl, piano, Fender Rhodes, strings, vocals; Keith Silverman, guitar; Marcus Phillips, bass; Thomas McCree, drums


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