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Everette Harp: My Inspiration

Read "My Inspiration" reviewed by Jeff Winbush


Where does inspiration come from? For some musicians they find it in joy and others in pain. Everette Harp's My Inspiration is a tribute to his father, who passed away in February 2007.Harp knows when to step up and lead the show and when to lay back and let his fellow players stretch out a bit. The aptly named “Juke Joint" is written by Pieces of A Dream head honcho James Lloyd, who also contributes a funky solo ...

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Everette Harp: All for You

Read "All for You" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins


Get into the groove. The opening track of Everette Harp's new album sends that message, loud and clear. “Kisses Don't Lie," an upbeat, contemporary jazz groove with a hint of funk and a danceable beat, sets the tone for All for You , the saxman's latest from A440 Records. A glance at the personnel listing might lead one to believe this album is overly dependent on programming. However, programming is just a tool--the use of modern technology to ...


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