Phil Perry – A Better Man : January 20, 2015

New Phil Perry CD – January 20, 2015

Phil Perry needs no introduction; famous for his #1 R&B hit Call Me , his lead vocals with Foreplay and Najee and Phil s legendary group the Montclairs, his distinctive background vocals with the likes of Anita Baker, Barbra Streisand, Patti LaBelle, Quincy Jones, and others and his electrifying live performances, Phil Perry is without equal.

A Better Man is loaded with highlights:
„Stand Up“ an inspiring duet featuring the great Howard Hewett. This topical, meaningful song sends a strong message about becoming a better man . „I’m So Proud“ featuring Kim Waters. This inspiring version of the Curtis Mayfield classic is one for the ages. „Dreaming s Out of Season“ Phil’s reimagining of his signature hit with the Montclairs. „Feelin You“ featuring Smooth Jazz trumpet star Rick Braun. This collaboration has Smooth Jazz Radio hit written all over it.

Co-produced by Phil Perry and longtime collaborator Chris Davis, A Better Man is guaranteed to please Phil Perry’s devoted fans.

Take a listen to the song previews & Pre-order your copy of Phil Perry’s 11th solo album –
A BETTER MAN…available at [Amazon.com]


 

„Fans anxiously await the release of Phil Perry’s 11th solo album in early 2015. The ‚Maestro‘ serves up his signature classic soul with 8 spicy originals and two tastefully arranged oldies on the side. Long time Perry fans are in for a rare treat! Join the exclusive Phil Perry Tv Fan Community and be one of the first to experience the heart of Phil Perry music.“

„Phil Perry’s phenomenal cover of the Roberta Flack – Donny Hathaway classic ‘Where Is The Love’ has been flying under the radar since ‘Say Yes’ (the album from which it comes) was released back in March 2013. It finds him in delightful collaboration with the always superb and hugely soulful Chante Moore while keyboards from Chris ‘Big Dog’ Davis and flute from Najee prove to be the icing on a really tasty cake.“ — Smooth Jazz Therapy,

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