SEEKINGBand to Join.
Primary instrument: Alto & Tenor Saxophones.
Secondary: Keyboard, background vocals & percussion
I am a graduate of James Madison University (JMU) with a BA in music, performed with the JMU Jazz Ensembles for 4 years, performed on several albums and radio & TV commercial audio tracks, performed with a number of jazz, R&B, and clasic & alternative rock bands from 1981 to 2004. Looking to hook-up and perform with a group or one "really good" full-time singer or keyboard player.
- Screen name:
- Chuck Cohen
- Member since:
- Feb 07 2010
- Active over 1 month ago
- Level of commitment:
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- 1 time per week
- Available to gig:
- 1 night a week
- Most available:
Smooth Jazz: Warren Hill, Boney James, Najee, Phillip Martin, Gerald Albright, Walter Beasley, Nelson Rangell, Euge Groove
R&B/Funk/Soul: Paul Richmond, Brand New Heavies, Electro Deluxe, Excellent Gentlemen, Earth Wind & Fire, Kool and the Gang, Gap Band, Tower of Power, Jack Mack & the Heart Attack
- Other Percussion:
- Background Singer:
Current: Alto and tenor saxophones, TC Helicon VoiceLive 2 mixing & effects/harmonizer/processor for (sax & vocals), Laptop w/ Cantabile VST host software, V-Machine VST Hardware Processor, RME Babyface Pro interface/mixer, StudioLogic SL88 Studio & Arturia Keylab 61 MkII keyboard controllers, Akai EWI USB wind instrument controller, GSi VB3 II (organ/leslie), AAS Lounge Lizard EP-4 (elec. pianos), 4Front TruePianos, SonicProjects OP-X and Memorymoog Messiah 2.0(polysynths).
Breaking Away Track number: 5 Year: 1990 Album: Sky Genre: Alternative
4:09 I was called in to lay down the saxophone tracks throughout this album in 1990, right when OHO was just starting out. This particular song I took an alto sax solo at 2:40...
Turn It Under (unfinished)
Turn It Under (unfinished) Track number: 2 Year: 1984 Genre: Classic Rock
Salvaged from an archived cassette tape found in a storage box since 1992, this was one of several experimental tunes I composed on keyboards just for fun in my spare time. Recorded on a Tascam 4-channel/4-track cassette recorder/mixer, Tascam stereo reverb, and a Teac master cassette deck. "Turn It Under" was inspired by the song "Turn It Over" from The Green Album by Eddie Jobson. All sounds you hear are produced from a Korg CX-3 organ or a Sequential Circuits Prophet 600 polysynth. Even more unique is that all power-chord guitar sounds are not a guitar, but created from the Prophet 600 run through a Boss "Heavy Metal" distortion effect box.
The Rhythm Rats - Signed Sealed Delivered / Hooray for the City / Shout it Out (Video)
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The Rhythm Rats - Flip Flop Fly / On The Dark Side / What I Like About You (Video)
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The Rhythm Rats - Goin Back to Miami (Video)
The Rhythm Rats - Goin Back to Miami (Video)e16gUWfcXiE
The Rhythm Rats - Blues Falls Like Rain (Video)
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