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Kris Funn

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Duration: 59:0000
Views: 1,604

Track Listing

Welcome; Visceral; Gemini; Boombox; Ghettobird; Thursday Night Prayer Meeting; Wish; Pif; Arithmetricks; Mind Control; The Day After.

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

John Lee: guitar; Herb Scott: saxophone; John Lamkin III: drums & cafeteria tables; Quincy Phillips: drums; Allyn Johnson: piano; Kris Funn: bass fiddle.

Album Description

The portrait of an artist as a young man. The story of a kid growing up in the 80's in West Baltimore set to the backdrop of sibling rivalry, a father's passion for music, a mother's guidance and a quest for finding oneself. Life lessons meeting at the intersection of blues, rock, bebop and hip hop. See you at the Cornerstore. Visit www.cornerstoremusic.com for complete liner notes Thank You for Shopping With Us! credits released June 19, 2017 Kris Funn - bass John Lee - guitar Tim Green - saxophone John Lamkin - drums(1,3,4,8,11) Quincy Phillips - drums(2,5,6,7,9,10) Allyn Johnson - piano(6) Janelle Gill - piano(8,10) Paige Hernandez - voice


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