Sunday, June 28, 2015

Rob Vemma - Slippery cat

Fiji artist Rob Vemma, has a wonderful song out called Slippery Cat. When I first played this song, I was in the car, windows up, air conditioning on, in a world of my own. I am very impressed with the instrumentation of this song. It is a very laid back tune, that will ease your mind. If I am stressed, this will be my go to song for sure. Unfortunately, there is not a ton of info out there about this wonderful musician. With such a talented, and polished sound, I hope to hear more from Rob soon. This is Jazz that I like. Jazz infused with a bunch of other influences. I love it!


Get more info at his website at http://robertvem17.wix.com/bands-galore

Friday, June 5, 2015

RL Walker - Malibu Chaser

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Malibu Chaser, by RL Walker is a fantastic ride into smooth Jazz Heaven. The song is very laid back, and shows his amazing talent. The song is mixed very well too. Listen to it in headphones for a great experience. The songs comes from the album 3rd Times The Charm, which is a wonderfully produced, soulful delight. So get a glass of wine, and zone out to RL Walker. You will love it.
Discover his music at https://soundcloud.com/smoothnsaxy

Thursday, June 4, 2015

The Lonely Teardrops - Cosmo's Go-Go

 
The Lonely Teardrops have a sound that is Rock, reminiscent of the 60's, yet still timeless. It is refreshing to hear music like this. Their song "Cosmo's Go-Go", is a fun trip through a musical wonderland. I put the song on, and cleaned the house. It gave me energy! Seriously!
Strong vocals, solid playing, and a mid-tempo beat, make up for a really awesome tune.
I like the style the song was recorded too. It sounds live, gritty, and larger than life, all at the same time. Hailing from Virginia, this is a group you need to know.
Check out their  Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/TheLonelyTeardrops

Thursday, May 7, 2015

William Werkmann Fosterr - Windjammer

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William Werkmann Fosterr has a pleasant voice. His vocals flow smoothly over the music. His song Windjammer, is the perfect song to sit on the porch, with a tall glass of your favorite beverage, and relax. It is such a beautiful song. The guitar work is awesome as well. The song is from the album Grateful, which is available now. Check him out, you will not be disappointed, I promise.
You can listen to this song, and many others at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/williamfosterr.

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Sam W Rexter - Thanks To Calvary

Sam W Rexter's song Thanks To Calvary, is a beautiful song. It is a remake of a Bill Gaither song. Sam's voice is as smooth as silk. The music sounds great, it is mixed well too. He really does justice to the song. I always loved the original. Listening to this song will make you hungry for more of Sam's music. More original material! I cannot wait. What will 2015 bring? We will see.

For more info on Sam, visit his website at www.samwrexter.com

Saturday, December 6, 2014

The Soul Exchange - Prisoners Of Planet Earth

We weren't born just to die
The time has come to breach the sky
Prisoners of planet earth, take sight,
take flight
reclaim the night

The lyrics above are taken from the song "Prisoners Of Planet Earth", by the band The Soul Exchange. The song is awesome. The guitar playing is solid, and the vocals are rugged and fit the song perfectly well. This is the perfect song for any Rock/Metal head. I can imagine it sounding amazing live. For a better experience, listen to it in headphones like I did.
For more info visit their website at http://www.soulexchange.se/home

Friday, November 28, 2014

Rhett May - Cocktails and Cannabis

Talented musician Rhett May has a wonderful song called Cocktails and Cannabis. This is a wonderfully, well put together song that can almost put you in a trance. The mid-tempo beat is memorizing. The vocals are tight and have a nice effect put on them that fits the song perfectly.
For an amazing experience with this song, listen to it in headphones, you get the full effect.
For more info on Rhett May visit his website at http://rhett-may.squarespace.com