Copyright © 2014 Bobby Sparks
guardian.co.uk, Thursday 31 May 2012 17.12 EDT
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With each new installment M ², an event! We are still waiting much of the gifted, workaholic, a variety of experiences. After about 35 years, as a Sideman, Producer, Composer solo or legendary artists ... or not ... pretty Note: MILES DAVIS, Al Jarreau, Herbie Hancock, Luther Vandross, George Benson, Joe Sample, EU (GOGO ), Chyco Simeon, Claude Challe, Whitney Houston (briefly), George Duke, Me'shell Ndegeocello, David Sanborn, Stanley Clarke, Victor Wooten, The Jamaica Boys, Roberta Flack and ......... the list goes on & on & on ...
This album marks a departure for the artist, what talented hyper SQ FT: "I feel that a page turns, our latest hero disappear and we enter a new era, both political and cultural. But music is not as revolutionary as the media. It's time for a renaissance."
And to mark the break, complete change of cast with a new band and special guests. New group, really? For a solo studio album Yes! But artists like Alex Han, Sean Jones, Federico Gonzales Pena, Luis Cato there were already a lot of lives together, and especially TUTU revisited! As for Bobby Sparks, this is an old faithful of the faithful, a former still very young.
Marcus Miller (SQM): Bass & Bass Clarinet
Louis Cato: Drums
Kris Bowers: Keyboards
Alex Han: Sax
Maurice Brown: Trumpet
Sean Jones: Trumpet
Adam Agati, Adam Rogers: Guitar
Federico Gonzales Peña: Piano, Fender Rhodes
Bobby Sparks: Keyboards
Ramon Yslas: Percussion
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Music Produced by: Bobby Sparks
Bobby Sparks II, Grammy Award Winning Musician and Producer, has toured the world over with diverse musical giants such as Kirk Franklin, Les McCann, Roy Hargrove, Natalie Cole and Nancy Wilson. He has taken part in numerous music award shows and even played at the White House. As he continues to accomplish his goals through his music, he is now producing artists at his new recording studio in Mesquite, TX. Sparks' diverse talent includes a wide mix of blues, jazz, and gospel music. His other projects include the release of the featured film, The Gospel, where he was the soundtrack co-