Ike Moriz | Forevermore

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by Ike Moriz

Forevermore is the 2nd Blues-Rock, Jazzy Blues and smooth Blues 'Single' off the 2014 Ike Moriz CD "AT LAST"
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. Forevermore
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2. Basin Street Blues (Piano Version)
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3. Ain't No Sunshine (Smooth Mix)
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Album Notes
'Forevermore' is the second Single release off the 2014 IKE MORIZ album "At Last".

It is an original song written by Ike Moriz. The 2 additional songs "Basin Street Blues - piano version" (Spencer Williams) and "Ain't No Sunshine - smooth mix" (Bill Withers) are cover versions/arrangements of these classic tracks.

'Basin Street Blues' is a song often performed by Dixieland jazz bands. It was published in 1926 and made famous in a recording by Louis Armstrong in 1928 (Wikipedia). Ike's version however is a very emotive and more ballad-like 'piano and vocals only' version, allowing both the pianist and Ike to show off their individual instrument.

"Ain't No Sunshine" from Bill Withers' 1971 album 'Just As I Am', originally produced by Booker T. Jones, was released as a single in September 1971, becoming a breakthrough hit for Withers, reaching number six on the U.S. R&B chart and number three on the Billboard Hot Hundred Chart (Wikipedia). Ike Moriz adapted this song to his own smooth, laid back jazzy style by changing for instance the famous "I know-I know-I know…" part. Listen and see (or rather hear) for yourself!



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