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Summer Fever

Summer Fever

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Summer Fever, an album with a reggae and Caribbean theme. It featured eleven tracks in a mix of instrumental and vocal singles. If genres were ore, Charles gathers it - and melts it into a blend of urban and r&b. He then shapes it with soul and light jazz. "It is break-beat jazz; a unique exploration of progressive rhythm beats," explains Alexander. Including hints of hip hop and disco, Alexander is also able to forge reggae, salsa, blues and Caribbean music into his compositions. His musical treasures can be best seen when reviewing his solo releases over the past decade. There is a well-known and anticipated moment during every Charles Alexander Recording when the keyboards discreetly takes the lead to bring out some amazing original sounds with Well written lyrics and infectious melodies. Singer-guitarist/keyboardist Charles Alexander sings and plays songs carefully chosen with a touch of Has His Own Style. Alexander Self described his style as break beat jazz; a unique exploration of jazz and progressive rhythm beats with influences ranging from Yemenite to hip hop to disco mixed with music composed of reggae, salsa, blues, Caribbean, smooth jazz, and slow R&B.

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Kunstenaar: Charles Alexander
Titel: Summer Fever
Genre: Jazz
Releasedatum: 19-9-2006
Label: CD Baby
Media-indeling: CD
UPC: 634479392894
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