COMING SOON in NOVEMBER 2020 Tambu Ector The Man and Music, The DRUM!
Don Littleton Elephants Nda Park Band.. Now Available on http://www.amazon.com all media inquiries or booking: firstname.lastname@example.org 951-456-5874
Don Littleton & Elephants Nda Park are Performing a Virtual Concert 4 Peace
Through their medicinal music from latest CD.. Elephants Nda Park. for Access to virtual online performance: go to http://www.barbaramorrison.com, September 24th 8pm – 9pm ~ Donations are encouraged. However, please support the local musicians as best you can.. Not mandatory. show support of this wonderful Band.. Helping to calm the anxiety in the air. “ Our music is the medicine “that can be used as a healing force.. for direct donation to musicians Zelle:email@example.com & Cash App: $1932Ruby
Flute Walk by Pablo Cologero
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L.A. Calif_ It was announced by leader/spokesman Robert J. Carmack, that a collaboration of musicians,vocalists,arrangers and poets have formed PLIGHT. Plight is a grassroots performance ensemble featuring iconic jazz compositions integrated with spoken word and “vocalese” arrangements. Seriously dedicated to preserving the legacy of improvised American classical music,better known as Jazz.
R J Carmack- Producer-Poet-musician-journalist
Robert J. Carmack ,musician,poet,producer and journalist first came up with the concept through a long time association with some of the core group members, when in August of 2015, he got together with master pianist, Bobby West, on a project paying homage to Blue Note Records jazz icon, Duke Pearson.
West was instrumental in taking the hand-selected compositions of Pearson, which gave plenty of challenges with spiritual,hard bop and swinging tunes integrating poetry by Carmack and other writers. Adding Northern California pianist/arranger , James Armstrong was a no brainer,according to…
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CALIFORNIA JAZZ AND BLUES MUSEUM HALL OF FAME INDUCTION and CONCERT
Our Music is Medicine
Join Barbara Morrison, Pocket Jazz Presents with Don Littleton & Elephants Nda Park
Lets Team-up with the Healing Force to soothe and Heal from everyday anxiety and frustration
One hour of a global musical palette of sounds and rhythms.. the Right Rx!
Log in at http://www.barbara morrison.com to gain access or donate
Thursday, September 24th 8PM ~ Stream Time
Just added!! Robert J. Carmack – poet/cultural narrator
In addition to performing in a Virtual Live Stream concert @ http://www.barbaramorrison.com The new release of Elephants Nda Park (Title of album) available immediately on http://www.amazon.com & http://www.cdbaby.com in download format… if in the area of Leimert Park on day of Live stream Hard copy CDs available and signed by Don Littleton bandleader and drummer..
Info / Media contact: firstname.lastname@example.org attn: Robert J. Carmack ~951- 456 -5874
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|3 More Sounds Delivers Masterfully On Their New Release Live At The Gardenia Club!”Gene Harris was a wonderful pianist who could play all styles” Henry Franklin|
Los Angeles, August 24th, 2020- 3 More Sounds, a co-op group with former Gene Harris and the 3 Sounds bassist Henry “The Skipper” Franklin and drummer Carl Burnett and with pianist Robert Turner have released their second CD, Live At Gardenia Club in Los Angeles!
It was in 2017 with the goal to “make people happy and to have them tap their foot like Gene did, and to preserve Gene’s style of playing. 3 More Sounds was born” The Skipper reflects!
The Skipper continues “with my 3 years with Gene and Carl’s 10 years we remember how great it was playing with Gene Harris! There was plenty energy and fun every night, like going to a party every night!
Pianist Robert Turner has the monumental task of leading the way in the spirit of Gene Harris, a major influence and idol, who’s “sound was very soulful and bluesy. He was a wonderful pianist who could play all styles”Henry Franklin recalls!
A native of Los Angeles Robert Turner fits the bill superbly and brings his own sound and soul to the trio. Extremely imaginative, improvisational and sparkling fun!
The fun gets started right away with a swinging the soul version of On A Clear Day where Henry Franklin and Carl Burnette establish a fierce resonating rhythm firmly supporting Robert Turner’s majesty!
That segues to Ahmad Jamal’s Night Most Blues and Henry Franklin doesn’t disappoint with the warm round bluesy notes in front of and throughout his big bottom solo and Robert Turner continues to sparkle and dazzle as master Carl Burnett pounds and prances!
On Sombrero Sam The Skipper leads in perfectly with his rich looping bass that opens the door for special guest Louis Van Taylor on flute, composer Charles LLoyd just might go ahh!
The feel good song of the set has to be Eleanor Rigby as each member has great space to step out and step up and roar all the way home!
The spirit of of Erroll Garner is evoked on the great standard Misty! However you’ll soon be reminded it’s Robert Turner with more piano wizardry. Amazing!
Weather it the subtle and tender piano and rhythm of When I Fall In Love, the bluesy, rocking and hard hitting Uptown So with Carl Burnette launching missiles there is plenty of great soul stirring music for everyone’s palate!
Their renditions of Green Dolphin Street, rich, and Milestones, thrilling, with the thunderous Carl Burnett solo, leaves you wanting more sounds from 3 More Sounds!
Visit the music world of Henry Franklin here!Purchase here!Visit the music world of Robert Turner here!
JazzWeek add date: 9/14/20
Listen Hear!3 More Sounds- Track 2 On A Clear Day
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Jazz and Blues entertainer, Barbara Morrison is joining forces with musicians, content developers, including bandleader, Don Littleton and Elephants Nda Park and Pocket Jazz Presents to create a campaign for Healing through a music series On-line through Facebook.
” All these musicians you see on our new online concert series are my personal friends” exclaimed a jubilant Morrison. Healing Force 4 Peace Concert and CD Release of Elephants Nda Park Band. today, there is so much anxiety, chaos, unjust policies, violent killings of Black men and women in our streets without much room to heal or gather one’s self as the ping-pong like traumatic PANDEMIC forever changing on a moment’s notice. We offer a special brand of global music that adopts many rhythms, genres, and spoken word all providing Our RX for healing through music and meditation. the concert live streaming is scheduled for Thursday,September 24, at Barbara Morrison Performing Arts Center in Leimert Park Village. (L.A.) showtime can be accessed through barbaramorrison.com to give donations to support these musicians and artist who no fault of theirs just trying to survive, many do not qualify for traditional unemployment benefits.. Barbara Morrison is on the front lines of supporting the arts , especially musicians and singers.
Utilizing the cards she was dealt ,through providing entertainment in a virtual safe and pandemic free venue at BMPAC in Los Angeles. Nobody treats the local musicians better than Barbara when it comes to supporting our mental health through Music and meditation. A typical show will offer an hour plus of dynamic meditation and spiritual healing through Jazz , blues pop and other world music. with no other options than live streams until this pandemic subsides. so your monetary donations are very much needed. contact the organization direct, if you are a corporation seeking to find out how you can help as a member of the patron levels group. (barbaramorrison.com)
Last year in August the collaboration of Morrison , Littleton and Carmack came together to present an original show produced by Robert J. Carmack , 21 Toot Salute: Yardbird’s 99th birthday ,August 29th ,with special “YardBird” tunes performed by an all-star band made up of solid jazz veterans including Don Littleton drums, Charles Owens tenor sax, Randall Willis on alto sax and a newby Chris Astroquilla alto sax, James Leary Bass and Bobby Pierce on piano. headlined by a scene from the original play by Carmack , who performed as a Charlie Parker. “This year, because of pandemic No theater & plays . We are coming together to help Heal the Hate, frustration and anxiety through our music and spoken words dramatic or poetry said Robert J. Carmack .. Elephants Nda Park is the Right Rx.
Don Littleton has expanded the core group of Don Littleton on drums/percussions, Pablo Cologero on woodwinds, bassist Mike Alvidrez plus added Guitarist /Sarod player,Heydey Tokunaga, Vibist/Steel drums ,Slam Nobles, and Andrew Acosta on various percussion. a spiritual healing world musical sound fused through jazz , world music and latin grooves and even ancient instruments from Africa and Afghanistan.
Content developer and promo man, Robert J. Carmack is putting together a call-out to the Arts Community for a Mass Healing Force 4 Peace led by Elephants Nda Park , and Barbara Morrison .
We are seeking the entire Los Angeles community and surrounding areas that love music and the performing arts community to adopt our phrase that pays dividends in healing , Music is Our Medicine!
our mass campaign to enroll music lovers into our army of healers group,Healing Force 4 Peace!
For more information go to facebook page: @FreedomJazzDance or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and call regarding Elephants Nda Park at 951-456 -9134
Don Littleton & Elephants Nda Park is available to day on http://www.amazon.com
Now Available on Amazon.com Don Littleton & Elephants Nda Park