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Inside Out
  • Artist: Arturo Tappin
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 104512345847
  • Item #: SRD234584
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 2/22/2007
Price: $14.83
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Inside Out on CD

Arturo Tappin BIO Arturo is definitely the smoothest, saxiest horn man the Caribbean has to offer. His dynamic and spirited live performances have won him fans the world over. He made headway with his debut recording "Strictly Roots Jazz" and then immediately followed up with a stellar performance on his second album entitled, 'Java', both licensed by Pioneer Records in Japan. For his cultural contributions to Jamaica and the Caribbean on the whole, Arturo recently received a nationally acclaimed Award of Excellence in the Arts from former Jamaican Prime Minister PJ Patterson. Tappin has dazzled audiences at the Soho Jazz Festival, the Bob Marley Birthday Bash and Reggae Sunsplash, as well as headlining Jazz Festivals throughout the Caribbean. He has toured with the legendary Roberta Flack, Reggae Star Maxi Priest, R & B chart topper Anita Baker, Jamaican Jazz pianist Monty Alexander, Smooth Jazz crooner Will Downing and R & B singer, Freddie Jackson. Besides touring Arturo has served as the Musical Director for Eddy Grant as well as recorded with Grammy recipients Ralph Mac Donald, and the late great Luther Vandross. It's no wonder his latest CD "INSIDE OUT" conjures up feelings of pleasure and intrigue. The album features ten original compositions, all of which exquisitely display a superb blend of mesmerizing melodies and deliciously deep penetrating grooves, encouraging the listener to hold on with anticipation. "Mia Amor", "Smell your Own Finger" and "Life" are just a few of the originals included on the album that demonstrate his natural musical dexterity. "INSIDE OUT" also includes brilliantly crafted covers of "Unfaithful" and "Tempted to Touch" originally recorded by fellow Barbadians Rihanna and Rupee, testimony of Arturo's reverence to his homeland. When asked what his future plans are in music he simply responded "Listen, practice, play, record."

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