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In Orbit

by Chris Cooper

A collection of songs across several genres, including pop, jazz, rock, latin, r&b, and country. Each song is authentic to its genre, reflecting my eclectic musical career. Featured are some of the finest singers and musicians on the West Coast.
Genre: Urban/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover
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1. Freeway Blues
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2. Dedito
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3. Wooden Fingers
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4. Too Little, Too Late
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5. Amor
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6. A Tale of the Old Wes
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7. Shoppin' for Jellyroll
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8. Driftin'
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9. Lady Latte
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10. I'm Still Here
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11. Worn out American
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12. Rockin' on an Island
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13. Eastwes Blues
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14. That Certain Smile
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15. Cityworld
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16. You Do Your Thing
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17. Roadrunner
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18. I've Got a Reason for the Blues
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19. The Immigrant
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Album Notes
THE TRACKS:

1. “Freeway Blues”
Tony Lindsay sings this rockin' commuter's lament with solos by Chris Cooper (guitar) and Alex Murzyn (tenor sax).
2. “Dedito”
A jazz instrumental with a cha-cha feel, inspired by Wes Montgomery, featuring Chris's guitar and a trombone solo by Jeff Cressman.
3. “Wooden Fingers”
The story of a jilted groom in a small town, sung by Robert W. Smith, featuring Joe Goldmark on pedal steel and Nichole DaLuz on accordion.
4. “Too Little, Too Late”
Tony Lindsay delivers a message in this New Orleans-style blues. Kimiko Joy and Helen Gray sing backup and Tammy Hall adds a funky piano solo.
5. “Amor”
Amikaeyla Gaston sings this bossa nova, which features Tammy Hall on piano.
6. “A Tale of the Old Wes”
Imagine Wes Montgomery in a spaghetti western soundtrack. Listen for the salsa/charanga outro featuring Alex Murzyn's flute solo.
7. “Shoppin’ for Jellyroll”
Robert W. Smith tells the story of a slick dude in this country rocker, which features solos by Chris Cooper on guitar and Joe Goldmark on pedal steel.
8. “Driftin’”
A hazardous romantic situation set to a latin funk groove, with Tony Lindsay's lead vocal. Featured are Jeff Cressman on trombone and Julius Melendez on trumpet.
9. “Lady Latte”
This smooth jazz groove has contrasting guitar solos by Chris Cooper and features Alex Murzyn on soprano sax.
10. “I’m Still Here”
A country song of remorse and redemption, sung by Robert W. Smith and featuring Joe Goldmark's pedal steel guitar.
11. “Worn Out American”
A true story from Chris Cooper's boyhood on Chicago's south side. Tony Lindsay is the lead singer, backed by Helen Gray and Kimiko Joy.
12. “Rockin’ on an Island”
This reggae track invites the listener to an unusual vacation destination. It features Harry Best on lead vocal and Jeff Narell on steel pan.
13. “Eastwes Blues”
This jazz trio tune features Chris Cooper on guitar, Colin Douglas on drums, and David Belove on bass.
14. “That Certain Smile”
A wistful look at the one that got away, featuring Tony Lindsay on vocals, Tammy Hall on piano, and Chris Cooper on guitar.
15. “Cityworld”
This pop-style take on urban life features Clayton Hazel's lead vocal. Listen for the salsa outro, with a trumpet solo by Julius Melendez and a violin solo by Anthony Blea.
16. “You Do Your Thing”
This latin rock song is about the magic and power of music. Tony Lindsay sings and Chris Cooper philosophizes in a voice-over.
17. “Roadrunner”
Chris Cooper's guitar is the roadrunner in this country/jazz arrangement. Alex Murzyn is featured on tenor sax in a brief funk interlude.
18. “I’ve Got a Reason for the Blues”
Tony Lindsay explains the situation; Chris Cooper takes a guitar solo.
19. “The Immigrant”
I imagine an immigrant on the rolling sea, looking back with sadness and forward with hope. Jenny Yang is the piano soloist.



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