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It's a Little Fast by Wack Cheddar

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Album Title: It's A Little Fast (Single)
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020

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About the Album

"It's a Little Fast" Written by John Venezia John Venezia- Drums/Guitar Nathaniel Hawk- Keys Phil Anthony- Electric Bass Nick Lombardelli- Trombone Anthony Nigro- Alto Sax Joe Lockwood- Trumpet Produced & Mixed by John Venezia Assistant Producers- Phil Anthony and Nick Lombardelli Mastered by Tom Waltz of Waltz Mastering Cover Art & Logo by Joe Lockwood This song is very much influenced by the sounds of 70s jazz-funk ;Herbie Hancock, Average White Band and Parliament Funkadelic. Also very much influenced by modern funk/jazz artists such as Soulive and Lettuce. "Blending elements of traditional funk, jazz, and even Motown, this song is a perfect way for the band to show off not only their eclectic style, but their masterful musical chops as well." Kyle DiRaddo from The Jamwich

Track Listing

Single "It's a Little Fast"

Personnel

Wack Cheddar
band/orchestra
Phil Anthony
guitar, electric
Nick Lombardelli
multi-instrumentalist
Nathaniel Hawk
keyboards
Anthony Nigro
saxophone, alto

Additional Personnel

Produced & Mixed by John Venezia Assistant Producers- Phil Anthony and Nick Lombardelli Mastered by Tom Waltz of Waltz Mastering Cover Art & Logo by Joe Lockwood

Date featured

April 15, 2021

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