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September Song

by Karma Mayet

Liquid vocals recall the sweetness of Minnie Riperton and the nuance of Lady Day. September Song is a reminiscence of love. Let it wash over you...
Genre: Urban/R&B: Retro-Soul
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Liquid vocals recall the sweetness of Minnie Riperton and the nuance of Lady Day, laced over a deep-pocketed groove. The September Song single features Mimi Jones, Upright Bass; Allison Miller, Drums, Fender Rhodes; Andre Lassalle, Guitar.

Karma Mayet's sound is equal parts funk and glitter, cornbread and molasses: vital Roots music for the 21st century. Born in Chicago, vocalist/actor/composer Karma Mayet Johnson has performed and/or recorded with the Albany Symphony Orchestra, Meshell Ndegeocello, Burnt Sugar, Toshi Reagon, Antibalas, Melvin Van Peebles, The Roots, and Bajah and the Dry-Eye Crew. Featured in GO Magazine and on MTV, her vocals can be also heard on Lizz Wright's Fellowship and on The Mercy Suite, a collaboration between poet Yusef Komunyakaa and composer Tomas Doncker. Her poems have appeared in exit the apple.com, Nocturnes, Cave Canem’s Gathering Ground, Redbone Press’ Voices Rising, and elsewhere. Karma has appeared at New Dramatists, Living Theater/Culture Project, The Joyce, The Kitchen, DNA, in the FELA! musical and internationally. She has worked with directors Bill T Jones, Robert Wilson, Patricia McGregor and Peter Sellars. Her ground breaking blues opera, Indigo, premiered in New York in September of 2012.



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