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Howard Ray | Feelin It

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Feelin It

by Howard Ray

Some funky flavor of groove oriented \"head boppin\" smooth jazz written by a Bass player featuring the sax.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Seen It
Howard Ray, Eric Morales, Anthony Long
4:02 album only
2. Can I Have It
Howard Ray, Eric Morales, Anthony Long
3:29 album only
3. Found It
Howard Ray, Eric Morales, Anthony Long
3:24 album only
4. On My Mind
Howard Ray, Leighton Kennedy
4:45 album only
5. Talk At You Later
Howard Ray, Jay Frigoletto
3:30 album only
6. Feelin It
Howard Ray, Leighton Kennedy, Mike Holley
4:39 album only
7. My Escape
Howard Ray, Eric Morales, Johm Perko
3:47 album only
8. Cruzin
Howard Ray, Anthony Long, Eric Morales
3:42 album only
9. From Both Of Us
Howard Ray, Jay Frigoletto
3:38 album only
10. Backstreet Alley
Howard Ray, Eric Richardson, Anthony Long
4:02 album only


Album Notes
Musician, songwriter and composer Howard Ray does it all on his freshman album. His \"in the pocket\" funk style bass entices listeners and other musicians to hop on and go along for the ride with these smooth upbeat funk jazz arrangements featuring the sax of Leighton Kennedy,and guitar and piano of Jay Frigoletto.

Howard began playing drums in Junior Highschool and switched over to rhythm guitar before moving on to bass.

Howard was influenced in the 70\'s by groups like, Slave,
Confunkshion, Graham Central Station, Brothers Johnson,
Earth Wind and Fire, Mandrill, Sly and The Family Stone,
and the Ohio Players, to name just a few, and thought that funk bands would never die, but was later influenced by the sounds of David Sanborn with Marcus Miller. After learning that Marcus had written much of David\'s material, as a fellow bass player Howard became hooked on writing.

Living in New England, Howard is best known as the founder of the popular North East band Decades By Dezyne.

Feelin It will be initially released and distributed independently through Howard Ray\'s independent label
The Neighborhood.

Howard Ray can be contacted at h99ray@aol.com.



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David Malone

Unbelievable Underground Jazz
I listen to this CD and kept expecting big name co-players, like Sandborn, Koz, or Albright.Instead, an unknown bass player out of new England has struck gold. I like every song on the CD. Where can I find more of Howard's music? It's a perfect 10.

Paul A Pedone Jr

found it
Tell me why this cat is not mainstream -he is all over the place and it is that urban style that makes jazz.If i had money I would invest in Howard and I mean that from my heart-this is amazin.Rob Batie listen to this cat and hook up and the world would have what I would call Hip Hop urban style with a pinch of Flavoooorrr!!

DeeDee Dowdy

Feelin It
Wowwwww Howie job well done. I love it. I wiil be sharing this with my co-workers who dig Jazz. Lotts of Love. DeeDee

charles b. green jr.

Howard Ray - Feelin It
I received the cd in excellent shape. So I have let two people listen to Howard Ray and they are ready to buy it for themselves.


mmmmmm made me Funkafize,
Nize Nize feel all around,put me right in the groove,Keep pumpin it out Howard Ray,,Finaly something worth listening to In the neaighborhood,,

FB Saunders

In this day of techno groves and sampling, it's refreshing to hear some "real" music performed by outstanding live musicians. Howard Ray really hit the mark with Feelin It... from Seen It through the mellow grooves of Cruzin, this initial cd leaves me eagerly anticipating his next offering!