Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Down the Road- Pam Davis- Sharp Recording Artist







Down the Road- Pam Davis- Sharp Recording Artist


Pam Davis: born and raised in Indianapolis,Indiana, began her


professional singing career at age 17 she joined a nine-piece band
and


recorded two album produced by Wayne Henderson of the Jazz
Crusaders.


Along a well-traveled road - such as the one that Rosa herself


might have traveled-Pam became tired of living out of living out
of a suitcase.


She began to sing only now and then, when she wanted to. With this
play,


Pam makes her acting debut. As she makes preparations to land an
agent,


she admits: I Kind of like this acting thing."


Hank Jacobs: studies at both the Berkeley School of Music in
Boston


and the New England Conservatory, along with being under the
watchful


eye of concert pianist Joseph Taylor, helped shape Hank's jazz/
blues


background. In his early years as a musician, the organ became his


Instrument of choice and it has served him and his listeners well


throughout the San Diego and Boston areas. Now the keyboards take


him musically to the places he wants to go. After
"Travis," two other


projects are in the works


including a seven-character, three-act blues piece "Ella
Mae's Blues


Room",written by Michael Darrell. The Jacobs-Darrell


duo will also team up for an


upcoming album for Sharp records out of Atlanta, GA


All music was recorded and mixed at NSP Studios in Lynwood, CA


recording, mixing and mastering chores were handled by,


Arthur G. Wright,


who also served as sound engineer and consultant for live
performances


of the show.







Simple Praise-St. Mark Choir No.1- Sharp Recording Artist







Simple Praise-St. Mark Choir No.1- Sharp Recording Artist



Love On It's Way-Tony Sharper, Stanley Brown-Sharp/Sharper Brothers







Love On It's Way-Tony Sharper, Stanley Brown-Sharp/Sharper
Brothers

Believer-Lil Beezy-Sharp Recording Artist







Step by Step-Andrea E. Johnson- Sharper Brothers Recording Artist







Step by Step-Andrea E. Johnson- Sharper Brothers Recording Artist


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Can U See-Andrea E. Johnson- Sharper Brothers Recording Artist





Can U See-Andrea E. Johnson- Sharper Brothers Recording Artist




n Your Presence-Joyce Barrett-Sharp Recording Artist





In Your Presence-Joyce Barrett-Sharp Recording Artist












“He’ll Understand” – Joyce Barrett

By Bob Marovich - March 16, 2016 0 17



“He’ll Understand”

Joyce Barrett

Sharper Brothers

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Joyce Barrett of Houston, Texas, does some fine old-school singing on “He’ll
Understand,” which on the CD single is credited to other writers, but
presumably for the arrangement—the song is properly attributed to longtime
National Baptist Convention music department leader Lucie Eddie Campbell, who
wrote it in 1933.

Backed by a pumping band and a gospel quartet (with Roy Reed as executive
producer of the single, could the BGVs be labelmates the Zion Jubilees?),
Barrett gives the song an uptempo, quartet style treatment. She repeats the
“Oh, when I come to the end of my journey” verse over and over, and it would
have been ideal to hear the other verses, but nevertheless, she puts the song
in full gear and sells it during the vamp.

The post “He’ll Understand” – Joyce Barrett appeared first on The Journal of
Gospel Music.

Source: Journal Gospel