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Tight Spot

by Conroy Warren

A versatile CD with selections in various idioms, includind jazz, calypso, latin, reggae and r&b.
Genre: World: Reggae
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1. Caribbean Funk
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2. Tropic Breeze
5:53 $0.99
3. Tight Spot
4:31 $0.99
4. Strange Old Feeling
4:27 $0.99
5. I'll Share My Dreams With You
3:54 $0.99
6. My True Love
5:39 $0.99
7. Groove With Me
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8. Rhythm Of The Soul
5:41 $0.99
9. Party Time
4:31 $0.99
10. Midnight Waves
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11. Sweet Juice
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12. Rock City
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13. Save Humanity
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Album Notes
After thirty years in the music business, Conroy Warren has recorded a long awaited compilation of his original music. In this very diverse compilation, he has succeeded in capturing the feel and mood of several idioms, including jazz, calypso, latin, reggae/ska, and rhythm & blues.

At the age of 13, Conroy and his family moved from their native island of Antigua to ST. Thomas in the United States Virgin Islands. They settled on the southeastern part of the island. It was at this stage of his development that he realized his interest in music and his ability to perform for others. He would often sing while tapping on school desk and the dining table at home.

A few years later, at age 15 or 16, he picked up his older brother's guitar that was left at home and began teaching himself to play the guitar. This led to his involvement with other young musicians from the area that had similar ambitions. They later formed a band called " The Explosions".

After high school, and with the guidance of his older brother Alfred, Conroy auditioned and was accepted at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. He earned a professional diploma in arranging and composition in 1977. In 1985 he attended Herbert H. Lehman College in New York City, where he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Music.

The Berklee College of Music environment was a positive experience for Conroy. While studying and honing his skills, he was fortunate to be exposed to some of the best and most talented musicians and artist in the business both on and off campus. While at Berklee,Conroy performed extensively on the local Boston music scene and at one point led his own group “True Culture.” He also performed and toured with a top Boston gospel choir R.I.C.C, and journeyed with them to “Festac 77” in Lagos Nigeria. During this time Conroy traveled to New York City to perform with the “Jaguars.” This band backed up some of the Caribbean biggest stars, such as the Mighty Sparrow, Arrow, Swallow, Lord Observer and Calypso Rose.

In 1978 Conroy Returned to St. Thomas where he first started his music career. He performed extensively on the local music scene with various artist, bands and singing groups, including two of the top singing groups in the Virgin Island at that time, “Ecstacy,” an all female group and “he Pearls,” an all male group. He also performed with “Mandingo Brass” and recorded with “Eddie and the Movements,” on their debut album, “Dread High.” Conroy’s next stop on his musical journey was “SPLASH.” This was a creative group that placed emphasis on being a band with a tight rhythm section and indeed it was. Three of the members including drummer Kibo, Bassist Max and Bupsy Harrigan, were the younger brothers of the famous international vocalist and musician Jon Lucien. (At one point, Conroy also performed with the Harrigan brothers’ father, guitarist Rico Harrigan and his group “Rico and the Moon Walkers.”) The other two members that completed the sextet were keyboardist Owen Lance and vocalist Gene George.

After Conroy’s stint with “SPLASH,” he worked with the St. John based group “Pillsbury Sound.” This was a fun gig. The group performed mostly on the hotel circuit and was led by pianist Carl Powell. During this time Conroy Was also employed by the Virgin Island Department of Education as a Music Teacher. It was a common site to see Conroy Shuttling back and forth between St. Thomas and St. John. Ocasionally, he would stay over night on St. John and would leave early the next morning by ferry, to get to his job at the Evelyn Marcelli School, in down town Charlotte Amalie St. Thomas. One of the most enlightening experience for Conroy while he was in the Virgin Island, was his decision to colaborate with fellow pusicians to create “Natural Life.” The nucleus of the group was bassist Mario Russell, the late and talented keyboardist, Wayne Francis and Conroy. The group dedicated themselves to composing and performing their original compositions. This experience gave Conroy the motivation and opportunity to futher develop his writing and arranging skills, that he learned at the Berklee College of Music. The group lasted for several years, constantly changing drummers and lead vocalist. Finally, the nucleus of the group decided to move to New York City where the trio decided individually to go their separate ways.

At present, Conroy performs solo acts and also with his band “Coastal Zone.” He performs regularly with “Melvin Dean Ensemble” and “Rhythm Nation.” In addition Conroy enjoys teaching and conducts music and cultural enrichment workshops throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

Conroy expresses his deepest respect and admiration for the pioneers who laid down the foundation for many like him upon which to build. Artist such as The Mighty Sparrow, Carlos Santana, Otis Redding, Sam Cooke, Aretha Franklyn, Wes Montgomery, George Benson, Eric Gayle and many of the leading singing groups of the 50's, 60's and 70's provided him with a wealth of musical information.



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Kenneth Greaves

Diverse, complex, musical genius equals Conroy Warren
This CD is superb. The multi-genre format reflects the diversity and complexity of the musical genius that Conroy is. Having known him since our childhood days, I am not surprised. Well done Conroy!

Kenneth Greaves

Bill Hoff

Versatile, great variety, smooth.
Conroy really shows his versatility on this CD. There is a great variety of tunes on the CD that blend together well. All of the tunes, whether low or upbeat have have a nice smoothness to them.

Mervyn E. Georges

The CD deserves our sincerest support, as it is unique in it's musical arrangement,while highligting our culture. Congratulations.

Sharon Williams

This is a superb album that all people into quality music should add to their collection. Each time I listen to this album, I am transformed into a state of awe. I have not heard music of this caliber for over ten years. This album will serve as the blue print for future musicians who want to create outstanding work. Hopefully someone will let Conroy Warren know that I am looking forward to his next album.

Mezaun Ramjohn 'Signs Artist Management'

Perfected the art of blending Jazz/ Reggae ,Calypso etc.!
The versatility in this CD is amazing. Conroy Warren switches not only his voice, tempo but the entire mood of the CD with each song. If you want a mini vacation with music seek out and purchase this CD.

Guys from Ford

This cd is excellent,good job. Anyone who doesn't buy this album is crazy. Best i've ever heard.

Clara Baker

i think this CD is wonderful your music is very stylish you can jam and mellow out all in one . You really did a great job keep up the good work.

when i was in a tight spot with my sons you gave me hope for tomorrow. many thanks Clara Baker (Head Start)


conroy well done it is always a pleasure hearing your music keep on playing

Conroy is an excellent musician. His versality is unique. He is quite at home in so many musical genre. It is so wonderful to take a musical trip with him.

Josephine Warren

I am so proud of my brother this cd is just awesome!
It's great music to dance to ,it brings back memories of the good old days in ANTIGUA but more in a contemporary sense.I think that everybody should definitely get this CD . Keep up the good work brother man .
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