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Shaun Escoffery - In The Red Room (2014) Lossless

19-11-2014, 03:55
Nu Jazz | Soul | FLAC / APE

Shaun Escoffery - In The Red Room (2014) Lossless

Artist: Shaun Escoffery
Title Of Album: In The Red Room
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Dome Records
Genre: Acid Jazz, Soul
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 38:56 min
Total Size: 241 MB


1. Nature's Call
2. Perfect Love Affair
3. Nobody Knows
4. Crazy
5. You
6. People
7. Do U Remember
8. Gotta Be More Than This
9. Time
10. Day After Day
11. Get Over
12. By Your Side

Shaun Escoffery, who broke through with "Space Rider" and "Days Like This", is back with a brilliant new album In The Red Room. The album combines glorious Curtis Mayfield / Isleys-like falsetto as on opening track Nature's Call, with souful subtlety on Perfect Love Affair, which evokes Marvin Gaye circa "I Want You", and "Do You Remember."

The London born singer began recording with UK band D'Influence while still in his teens. Along the way he has enjoyed support from Elton John who has hailed Escoffery as one of his favorite new artists and actors Idris Elba (The Wire, Long Walk To Freedom), a lifelong friend with whom he has co written songs and who has contributed remixes.

Excoffery has pursued a parallel career in musical theater, which began when he appeared alongside Chaka Khan and Deniece Williams in the soul gospel musical "Mama I Want To Sing". Shaun recalls: "It was an amazing experience performing on stage with Chaka and such great singers. Everyone came to see that show, mainly to see Chaka - Luther, Prince, Stevie Wonder. I got to meet them all. One night I got to sing a song with Stevie, and on one occasion I was singing on stage with Prince."

In 2002 he was honored to be asked by UK boxer Lennox Lewis to sing the National Anthem at his Memphis title bout with Mike Tyson.

More recently, he has been starring as Mufasa in the London production of the Lion King for the past four years.

The co writer and producer of In The Red Room is Gil Cang, whose past credits include writing "Whatever Happens" on Michael Jackson's "Invincible" album.

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