Out of The Centre (CD)

by Afro Elements

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The latest CD by Afro Elements once again features a large brass section, in addition to two new vocalists. The album also features as it’s special guest musician Barry Finnerty, the former guitarist for many legendary artists, including The Crusaders, The Brecker Brothers, Hubert Laws, Billy Cobham and many more.

Other guests on the album are Graeme Flowers (trumpet) who has played with everyone from The Sunburst Band, to Kylie Minogue and even Clint Eastwood! Saxophonist Andy Ross also appears on the album, having worked with Incognito and The Herbaliser amongst many other bands. The main vocalist on the album is Fraser Jowle, who has recorded with dance producer JD73 (Z Records). The second guest vocalist is Cherri V, who is backing singer to UK pop star Jessie J.

The album contains 9 tracks (digital) and 10 tracks (CD).

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released February 17, 2014

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Afro Elements Leicester, UK

Jazz-Funk band based in the UK/Taiwan. The band have appeared on record and live with jazz-funk legends Eddie Henderson, Jeff Lorber, Roy Ayers, Gary Bartz and Reuben Wilson as well as Mr Gone, Down To The Bone and Black Gold Massive. Their debut album ‘It Remains To Be Seen’ features keyboard legend Jeff Lorber. Their 2nd album 'Out of The Centre' features ex-Crusaders guitarist Barry Finnerty. ... more

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