Greg Johnson | City People

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City People

by Greg Johnson

Creative and organic combination of Jazz, Classical and Pop music.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Awakening
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2. Spirit Walk
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3. Prelude
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4. City People
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5. P Town
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6. Shasta
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7. Lazy Afternoon
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8. Fly Away
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9. Sea Shell
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
What if one day we were all picked up by an invisible force and gently dropped on a different continent? New cultures would be instantly created, with the opportunity to define themselves. Certain things would have to change if everyone in a city came from a different ethnic background. The architecture would represent buildings from around the world. The food would combine meats, vegetables and spices from different cultures. What would the music sound like? This album attempts to answer that question. When we truly celebrate diversity and support each others contributions to the world, beautiful things are bound to happen!

Greg Johnson has established himself as a luminary figure in the young Jazz community. He has appeared in concert and on mainstream recordings with Jazz greats Curtis Fuller, Billy Taylor, Dick Oatts, Jay Anderson, Alan Pasqua, Peter Erskine, Bob Mintzer and many more. Currently teaching in the Jazz Studies department at the University of Southern California, Greg has worked steadily in Los Angeles as a saxophonist, composer and conductor. Greg has released two recordings "Invisible" and "Way Back When" under his name and has contributed to dozens more.


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