Mitchell Coleman Jr

Mitchell Coleman Jr. has achieved a long-held dream: to create the music that he feels and hears in his heart. His Soul Revelation label released the disc independently. It features his longtime collaborator, Hollywood, who is on keyboards and vocals. Kayta Matsuno, Sean Fabian, and Tim Anderson are on guitars. Sal Avila and Tim Anderson are on saxophones. Industry veterans Pam and Joyce Vincent, who were once part of Tony Orlando and Dawn, and Jim Gilstrap, are performing background vocals with Nodesha and Sean Thomas. Mitchell teams up with veteran Motown producer Michael B. Sutton for the production of ‘Flow’, Ethiopia Love and Tribute To Joe Sample When Your Life Was Low’. Coleman was captivated and motivated as a teenager by Miles Davis’s talent and musicianship, along with the talents of Stanley Clarke, Mark Adams, Mark Adams (founder and leader of the funk band Slave), Louis “Thunder Thumbs” Johnson and Larry Graham, a former Sly and the Family Stone alumni and ‘Father Of the Thump”. He was most influenced by Jaco Pastorius, a jazz-fusion musician. Jaco’s “take-no-prisoners” style inspired him not to accept any limitations and explore the infinite possibilities of his instrument. Coleman is a great songwriter. He co-wrote, arranged, and produced all 14 tracks except one with Hollywood (his cover song of Earth, Wind).

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