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Morning Dew

by Steve Campbell

Smooth Jazz, Easy Listening Music
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Morning Dew
5:52 $0.99
2. The Image of You
5:37 $0.99
3. From Me to U
5:28 $0.99
4. Cool Blue
7:45 $0.99
5. The Way I Feel About You
5:20 $0.99
6. A New Day
5:24 $0.99
7. Daybreak
4:56 $0.99
8. Step into My World
5:21 $0.99
9. One and One
5:06 $0.99
10. The Only Way
5:22 $0.99
11. Seven
5:25 $0.99
12. Until the End of Time
5:31 $0.99
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Album Notes
SWEET TRACK PRODUCTIONS L.L.C.presentsTHE MUSIC OF STEVE CAMPBELL MORNING DEW FROM “Morning Dew” CDBaby Steve Campbell MORNING DEW International – Sweet Track Productions, L.LC. has released Morning Dew," from “Morning Dew” Cd by Steve Campbell. Morning Dew is relaxing, easy listening, with a smooth jazz music. It spans for more than 60 minutes flowing into 12 musical compositions: “Morning Dew”, “The Image of You”, From Me To You”, “Cool Blue”, The Way I Feel About You”, “A New Day”, “Daybreak”, “Step into My World”, “One and One”, The Only Way”, “Seven”, and “Until the End of Time”. Steve Campbell considers his music to be gift and a blessing that God has provided for him, and is inspired by the people around him his parents, Roland Campbell Sr.and Eleanor Campbell. In particular, his two children - Urian Seth and Chlo'e Chanel Campbell. Morning Dew is a musical journey of nearly 4 decades that span Steve’s passion for music. His introduction and interest in music began at the age of five when his aunt Esther Smith (who is now deceased), an accomplished pianist and Juilliard graduate, taught him the rudiments, advance techniques and styles of piano playing, where he demonstrated a genius intellect to interpret those skills in school recitals.Through the years, the multi-talented musician has mastered several instruments. In elementary school, Steve found a love for drums and percussion instruments which he played in the Percy L. Julian marching band in Phoenix, Arizona under the direction of Don Jordan. Vocal expression did not remain as Steve’s only passion, as a elementary school student, he sang in his school’s Glee Club and while in high school, Steve participated in the jazz band where he played the drums and also acquired the skills of learning the bass guitar. From time to time in high school, as a member of a band called the J G’S Steve would play during lunch periods and assemblies. After studying piano and singing at several Universities - Florida A. M.
University in Tallahassee Florida, Bishop College in Dallas Texas, and ArizonaState University, Steve acquired an interest in musical production. While at Arizona State University, Steve met Professor Ronald LaPresti, who was well-versed in Music theory and application, Professor LaPresti instructed Steve on the basic, as well as advanced principals of music theory and composition, thus igniting the spark in his nearly 4-decade music career. Steve’s interest in becoming a composer and recording artist peaked further, after meeting Josef Powell, a professional songwriter and recording artist. Steve furthered his music career when he co-founded a group called Universe, which was a seven-member R&B group that he wrote and produced music for as well as for other groups and recording artists. Steve furthered his career by working with and producing and recording numerous aspiring artists in “A” rated studios such as Pantheon and Chaton. Steve stepped further outside of his musical Universe when as a solo artist, he wrote, produced, performed and recorded Morning Dew, newly released from “Morning Dew,” his second Cd. Steve’s first Cd, Ocean Blue was released in 2016. Both CD's have been critically acclaimed and are currently available and downloadable at; Steve wrote and produced the music for the stage play written by Tony Rose, Phoenix Starchild, directed by Rod Ambrose. He also wrote the featured song for the play, “This Time Tonight,” and stated, I want to do something to gain more recognition as a writer for other artists also, work in the film industry, as a composer, writing and producing sound tracks for films. According to Steve Campbell, “The first concert that I attended was Earth, Wind, & Fire it literally blow my mind. I knew right then and there, that this is what I wanted to do. Jazz musicians who I have listened to and have been influenced by are George Duke, and Joe Sample, to name a few. What inspires me most in life, is music and life experiences which in turn motivate me to pour my energy into creating and focusing on positive compositions. I hope my music will uplift people all over the world and put a smile on their face. I believe that no matter who is listening to it, music is a universal language that the world understands. I am blessed to have this opportunity to introduce myself and my music – Morning Dew - to the world to touch the hearts of many. I am excited to share it with you. MORNING DEW FROM “Morning Dew” CDBaby Steve Campbell



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