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'Something to Ride 2' from smooth urban jazz saxophonist Dee Lucas. This highly anticipated sophomore CD is a follow-up from the saxman's stunning debut CD 'Remembrance', the well-deserved tribute to the late great George Howard. Produced by Atlanta-based hidden secrets, Karey Davis and Jon Roberts, 'Something to Ride 2' features originals such as the sweet but funky 'Bayou', the inspired 'Reconcile', the urban edges of 'Method to the Madness', the intimate 'Nothing That I Do', and the highway cruiser of the self-titled 'Something to Ride 2'. Covers includes the infectious smash hit of Kem's 'I Can't Stop Loving You', Brian McKnight's testimonial 'Never Felt This Way', and two fresh interpretations of Herbie Hancock's 1973 classic Chameleon'.
'Something to Ride 2' from smooth urban jazz saxophonist Dee Lucas. This highly anticipated sophomore CD is a follow-up from the saxman's stunning debut CD 'Remembrance', the well-deserved tribute to the late great George Howard. Produced by Atlanta-based hidden secrets, Karey Davis and Jon Roberts, 'Something to Ride 2' features originals such as the sweet but funky 'Bayou', the inspired 'Reconcile', the urban edges of 'Method to the Madness', the intimate 'Nothing That I Do', and the highway cruiser of the self-titled 'Something to Ride 2'. Covers includes the infectious smash hit of Kem's 'I Can't Stop Loving You', Brian McKnight's testimonial 'Never Felt This Way', and two fresh interpretations of Herbie Hancock's 1973 classic Chameleon'.
837101314701
Dee Lucas - Something to Ride 2

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Format: CD
Label: CDB
Catalog: 0125431
Rel. Date: 06/21/2024
UPC: 837101314701

Something to Ride 2
Artist: Dee Lucas
Format: CD
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'Something to Ride 2' from smooth urban jazz saxophonist Dee Lucas. This highly anticipated sophomore CD is a follow-up from the saxman's stunning debut CD 'Remembrance', the well-deserved tribute to the late great George Howard. Produced by Atlanta-based hidden secrets, Karey Davis and Jon Roberts, 'Something to Ride 2' features originals such as the sweet but funky 'Bayou', the inspired 'Reconcile', the urban edges of 'Method to the Madness', the intimate 'Nothing That I Do', and the highway cruiser of the self-titled 'Something to Ride 2'. Covers includes the infectious smash hit of Kem's 'I Can't Stop Loving You', Brian McKnight's testimonial 'Never Felt This Way', and two fresh interpretations of Herbie Hancock's 1973 classic Chameleon'.
        
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