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Papa Was A Rolling Stone - Marcus Miller - Afrodeezia

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  1. Miller was involved as composer, either wholly or in part, in no less than nine of the eleven tracks on this album, the exceptions being Papa Was A Rolling Stone and Georges Bizet's I Still Believe I Hear [Je Crois Entendre Encore]. The latter is taken at a stately pace and features a superb cello offering from Ben Hong and Marcus effective on.
  2. Jul 13,  · Among Afrodeezia 's many strong tracks is Whitfield/Strong's "Papa Was A Rolling Stone," with its unmistakable deep funk bass line propelled by Miller's vibrant and rugged style. The Grammy winning "Papa" was a massive hit for Motown's Temptations.
  3. Marcus Miller (born June 14, in New York) is a jazz musician, composer, and producer, perhaps best known as a bass guitarist with Miles Davis and David Sanborn. Miller is classically trained as a clarinetist, and also plays bass, keyboards, saxophone, and guitar, and is a capable singer.
  4. Mar 02,  · Renaissance is the ninth solo studio album by American musician Marcus Miller. It was released on May 28, through Concord Jazz. Recording sessions took place at Sear Sound in New York City with additional recording at Hannibal Studio in /5(87).
  5. Mar 02,  · Afrodeezia Marcus Miller Jazz ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. EDITORS’ NOTES as well as the slamming New Orleans funk-jazz of “Papa Was a Rolling Stone,” the dancing samba groove of “We Were There,” and the gospel tinge of “Preacher’s Kid.”.
  6. Marcus Miller: Afrodeezia: Jazz fusion Rhythm and blues Jazz funk Funk Jazz. CD Album Standard Edition Hylife; B's River; Preacher's Kid (Song For William H) We Were There; Papa Was A Rolling Stone; I Still Believe I Hear [feat. Ben Hong] Son Of Macbeth; Prism (Interlude) Xtraordinary; Water Dancer; I Can't Breathe [feat. Mocean Worker].
  7. Mar 27,  · Marcus Miller: Afrodeezia — review Album visits Chicago with a cover of ‘Papa was a Rolling Stone’ and includes guests such as Chuck D and Lala Author: Mike Hobart.
  8. Bossa Nova was a soft samba based on traditional Brazilian music and rhythms, American jazz, and a new style of Portuguese lyrics. In , American Stan Getz recorded 'The Girl from Ipanema' and the subsequent album, Getz/Gilberto spent 96 weeks in the US charts and 'The Girl from Ipanema' would become the world's second most played song behind the Beatles' 'Yesterday' In , there was a 5/5(3).

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