Archive for July 25th, 2016

Bobby Wells – Back in the Day

Back in the DaySmooth, like a great cup of Java, yet exhilarating, foot tapping, neck will remain in a groove-lockdown-motion. Bobby’s best CD ever and it features Grammy Nominated artist you’ll know. An instrumental record with vocals makes it a superb blend. Enjoy. Bobby comments:”I’m accompanied by some of the most amazing National/International Grammy Nominated artist and musicians. Feel free to visit their Homepage’s for a lot more information. The “Back In The Day” recording project is smooth, yet exhilarating, foot tapping, neck will remain in a groove-lockdown-motion whether your coming or going.

I’m a “giggler” so allow me to define in my own way: Whenever someone plays an instrument and kills it…I giggle. And I can assure you that there was a lot of giggling going on while producing this project. My man guitarist/composer Michael O’Neill, most of you have heard him with George Benson, the (late) Natalie Cole and countless others. Michael is an amazing artist/writer and producer himself, do check out his music. He always knows just what a song needs. He played on my “Bayside” CD and I couldn’t imagine doing another project without him. Incomparable in his guitar stylings and imagination, he drops a pocket of bass & solo guitar as he turns up the heat on “She’s Playful, Bella’s Pier and My Sweet Butterfly.” Well done Mike.

Gerald Albright (I call him G.)…doesn’t just play sax, he knows his way around a bass. He’s playing lead bass on “Bella’s Pier” and bottom on “Tee It Up” (yep, we love golf). G. is Internationally renowned, he has numerous #1 Hits, TV appearances and is a Grammy Nominated Artist many times for his great music and sax playing. His credits go way beyond what I could list here. Thanks G. for kickin the bass man…awesome! Continue reading