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Next (feat. Nile Rodgers) by Jeff Oster

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Album Title: Next
Retso Records
Released: 2015

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Fiona's Comments

C'est chic-y! Night radio music for the lonely. Pretty horn.

About the Album

Featuring some sweet guitar from Chic's Nile Rodgers, along with the ever smooth and tasty Chuck Rainey on bass, and the iconic shuffle of Bernard "Pretty" Purdie, Jeff's horn has no place to go but UP. And when you add the tasty guitar stylings of Berklee's Scott Tarulli and the warm and rich keyboards of Tom Eaton, the title track is the PERFECT recipe for the Ambient New Age Funk that follows. Listen to what's NEXT! credits from next, released 14 April 2015 Written by Jeff Oster & Nile Rodgers Arranged by Jeff Oster & Tom Eaton Jeff Oster: Flugelhorn Chuck Rainey: Bass Nile Rodgers: Guitar Bernard Purdie: Drums Scott Tarulli: Guitar Tom Eaton: Fender Rhodes, Keyboards, Piano Engineered by Tom Eaton Additional Engineering by Steve Jankowski & Russell Graham Mixed by Tom Eaton Produced by Will Ackerman, Tom Eaton and Jeff Oster

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Jeff Oster
flugelhorn

Date featured

June 10, 2015

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