Reese | Eclectic Soul

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Eclectic Soul

by Reese

Powerful vocals over soulful rock. some cuts are driving, some delecate and some just plain rockin'.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Love to Spare
3:01 $0.99
2. Country Road
4:28 $0.99
3. I've Been Walkin' Long Time
3:34 $0.99
4. Some Won't Have Tomorrow
5:30 $0.99
5. Annie
4:37 $0.99
6. I Can't See You
4:16 $0.99
7. It's a Man's Man's Man's World
6:29 $0.99
8. Sista
6:34 $0.99
9. Oh No
4:10 $0.99
10. Don't Say You Don't Love Me
4:11 $0.99
11. All Gonna Die Now
3:48 $0.99
12. This Is America
8:26 $0.99
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Album Notes
REESE is rock music. REESE is rap music. Reese is funk music. REESE is accessible music.

REESE has been performing in clubs, stores and college campuses throughout the US. He's opened for well know artists including Lauryn Hill and has filled in for larger artists including Ben Folds. REESE has been featured on CBS The Early Show as "the next big thing in the music business, .... who lights up the East Village". He's performed on multiple television and radio programs in the US and Canada.

REESE's first independent/self-titled release was in January 1997. REESE's second release, REESE Live (ES Volume 1) came out May 1999. It is a live CD from a performance at NYC's famous club, The Bitter End. His first retail release, Eclectic Soul arrived in stores and online in summer 2001 to great reviews and buzz. His song "Love To Spare" received loads of radio airplay and its video received a good amount of airplay on stations including Much Music and BET (very good for a rock song/performer).

Eclectic Soul and various songs from the set have been licensed to labels internationally, including the UK, Canada and Japan. Songs from Eclectic Soul have also have been futured in films and television programming, including CBS, ESPN and MTV.

REESE's forthcoming CD - New Fire will be released in winter 2006. It's the follow up to critically acclaimed CD, Eclectic Soul.



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Great Album!!!!!
I just bought this CD and I think it is amazing! Where did this guy come from? How come we havent seen him sooner? Well im glad he is here now and I am sure he will be around for a while.

SeXi Me

Loving it!
Man I waited for this cd FOREVER! Noone had it and FINALLY CD baby (your the one!) brought the love to my ears! Reese are you single? Lovin the naked base!

Wilbert Bell

Has multiple appeal. No bad tracks.
I truly enjoyed every track on this album. Reese's talent shines through and makes you glad you have the opportunity to be a witness.

Washington University Radio

Reese's new album best in a long time!
This CD mixes funk, soul, R&B, and a blend of rock that will for sure wake you up in the morning. A definite buy!!

Team 31 Productions

Reese? Just plain fantastic!
This kid has the vibe that the music industry has been looking for!

Louie G

This album is my favorite
This album has all the essentials of a great album. I can listen to the entire thing without ever wanting to switch to the next track. His style is so new and refreshing in a music industry that is dark and bleek. I highly recommend buying this album NOW...dont wait!


Nate Hadsell

What a FIND!!!!
I was walking past my roomate's room and heard this CD playing and I was stopped dead in my tracks. The music spoke for itself and was awesome. All I had to say was "REESE" to describe it to the next person who loved it so much. This guy rocks!