Poppa Steve | Poppa's Roots

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Poppa's Roots

by Poppa Steve

Groove Jazz . early rock, R&B and pop influences give this CD a retro sound wrapped in contemporary jazz fusion with a pronounced funky feel.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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1. 78 Mile Nw of Chicago
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2. Mrs. Fisher's Chips
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3. Sinnissippi Park
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4. Hangin' At the Alps
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5. Flicks At the Midway
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6. Poppa's Roots
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7. Pizza From Maria's
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8. 7th St. Fall Festival
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9. Lps From Comay's
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10. Dinner At the Mayflower
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11. North Main Tavern
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12. E-rabs
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Poppa Steve Mutimer’s musical roots hearken back to the 1950s and 1960s when he performed as a drummer and bandleader playing early American contemporary music - Rock ‘n’ Roll,
R&B and Pop. That music influences his unique brand of retro sounding yet modern Groove Jazz compositions that make up his albums today.

Poppa’s familial roots go back to a clan of 3rd generation plumbers from Rockford, IL where he grew up and learned a little about plumbing and a lot about music. Although his family’s role models have all passed on now, their early support of his music encourages him to this day.

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