Doc Gibbs | Servin' It Up! Hot!

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Servin' It Up! Hot!

by Doc Gibbs

A funky blend of contemporary jazz that is spiced with Latin, Caribbean and smooth R&B flavors that will have you always asking for second helpings.
Genre: Jazz: Latin Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Bam!
4:35 $0.99
2. Hilda's Lullaby
5:54 $0.99
3. Baila Pammi
4:54 $0.99
4. Miles of Hope
5:32 $0.99
5. Waiting 4 You
3:48 $0.99
6. Salvador Bahia
5:57 $0.99
7. Servin' It Up
4:48 $0.99
8. Madre Del Mar
2:49 $0.99
9. Rose
4:57 $0.99
10. 7 Up, 6 Down
5:37 $0.99
11. Doc's Pots
2:04 $0.99
12. Starline
3:19 $0.99
13. Arroz Con Pollo
4:43 $0.99
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Album Notes
Doc Gibbs is one of the most sought after percussionists in the music industry today. Whether he's recording, touring or kickin' it up a notch with Emeril Lagasse. Doc musically operates on an audience with funky rhythms and with his vast assortment of traditional and unusual percussion instruments.

Doc received his so-called "Doc"-torate from the late, legendary jazz saxophonist, Grover Washington, Jr. While recording Grover's Live at the Bijou album in 1976, Grover acknowledged Doc for prescribing an herbal remedy for a nasty cold that Grover was suffering from the night before taping. Over night, Leonard Gibbs became Doc when Grover announced to his audience, "...There are two doctors in Philly...Dr.J (of the 76ers) and Doctor Gibbs." A nickname that appropriately describes a musician who truly performs with the precision of a surgeon.

Doc's love of hand drums and percussion instruments began in the early seventies, when he left the Pennsylvania Academy of Fines Art to pursue his real dream - a career as a master percussionist. Early in his career, Doc immediately caught the attention of the music industry's top artists, to include George Benson, Nancy Wilson, Bob James, Al Jarreau send Anita Baker, to name a few. Most recently, Doc's percussive reputation has placed him in the studio with Wyclef Jean, Erykah Badu, Eric Benet and hot r&b producer, James Poyser, among others.

BAM!!! The icing on the cake for Doc came in 1997, when he became the musical director for Emeril Live! -- The hottest cooking show on the cable Food Network (TVFN). Doc has been beating it up to a Manhattan television studio to add his funky flavors of hand drums and signature percussion instruments for a little extra spice into the pots of cooking guru, Emeril Lagasse.

" Doc has brought a new dimension to solidifying an element to the show...a relationship, a sound, a movement."

-Emeril Lagasse, "The Making of Emeril" TV Special (TVFN)

Doc is also an elected member of the Board of Governors of N.A.R.A.S. (National Association of Recording Artists and Sciences), Philadelphia chapter.

He performs drum workshops for children with Young Audiences of Eastern Pennsylvania and the Strings for Schools Organizations.

His new album, "Servin' It Up! Hot!" , will be nationally released in June 2002.



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Jeff Manderville

servin it up hot
this cd is fantastic!


A Five-Star Winner!!!
Great Music! I Watch Emeril Live mostly to hear Doc and his band...They leave me hungry for more---when will you have more on CD???


A Five-Star Winner!!!
Great Music! I Watch Emeril Live mostly to hear Doc and his band...They leave me hungry for more---when will you have more on CD???


Thorougly enjoyed the product!


Outstanding Percussion by Doc!
Outstanding percussion and a tight band! This was better than most first-timers records. I met Doc when he toured with Bob James in 1985. He was like a kind of alien - but with slick hands and funky, funky conga playing. If you like your funky congas, this record is for you.


AWESOME! Not enough of it.
Bought this CD for my husband and he is just thrilled with it. Now if they would do another one it would be perfect.

Lucy Bernier

Love the Jazz,but can't find the CD in stores?
Love what I could hear of it. But I can't find the CD anywhere in the stores.Sam Goody even doesn't carry it! Please what do I have to do to get your CD.
Desperately seeking your Jazz.

From the Land of Enchantment New Mexico. Lucy


Like Doc and the guys on Emeril?
The music is wonderful. Just right for cooking to, driving to or just background music for reading. We love it.

Kathleen Catalano

Super! Full of Soul in a Latin way!
While I have not had the opportunity to play Doc Gibb's "Servin it up hot",(I just received it the other day), I just know I will love it. Each selection he plays on Emeril Live is better than the previous one. His music is truly full of soul, with island touches, and some New Orleans!

S.Q. Webb

Bam! Doc has really done it!
I'll definitely have seconds, because Doc is "Servin it up!" with this slammin' cd. I love it!
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