Christine Salhany & Crossing Genres | Eclectic Graffiti, Vol. 1 (Hip Hop / Jazz)

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Eclectic Graffiti, Vol. 1 (Hip Hop / Jazz)

by Christine Salhany & Crossing Genres

This CD contains Hip-Hop and Jazz songs.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Jazz-Rap
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Same Sun Rise
Christine Salhany & Crossing Genres
4:30 $0.99
2. Get a Gun
Christine Salhany & Crossing Genres
3:41 $0.99
3. Never
Christine Salhany & Crossing Genres
4:27 $0.99
4. Sleepin'
Christine Salhany & Crossing Genres
5:31 $0.99
5. I'm a Married Man
Christine Salhany & Crossing Genres
3:56 $0.99
6. Your Face (Remix) [feat. Carol Rogers]
Christine Salhany & Crossing Genres
4:29 $0.99
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Album Notes
Jimmy Mitchell Salhany writes and produces songs in various genres. He has written and produced a Jazz CD (Brushes with Jazz), and Country-oriented CD (Close to Country), and Ska-Samba CD (Samba-Caribe) and an art-poetic oriented CD entitled Time's Arrow). This CD (Eclectic Graffiti (volume #1 Hip-Hop Jazz) is the first in a planned three volume CD under the Eclectic Graffiti title. The first song is called Same Sun Rise. The poetic theme centers on relationships, all of which happen under the cycle of the sun. Get a Gun, is not a song about guns. In fact, it is a song about a future where overpopulation is present and there is a lack of food. Thus, survival becomes the essence of life. Never is a jazz oriented song of a lament for a broken relationship. It is performed in the samba style. Sleepin' is a jazz song along the lines of Miles Davis, with jazz guitar and muted trumpet. I'm a Married Man is a comical song about temptation and capitulation. The last song is a song about the plight of children and connecting to the problems of the world. It is sung by Carol Rogers, who for 25 years, sang with Sergio Mendes and Brasil 88. The other two CDs in the Eclectic Graffiti series will include the folk, folk-rock genre, and in the blues and rock and roll genre. All of Jimmy's songs can be heard in their entirety at the Crossing Genres web site (



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