For Immediate Release Urbanzone Productions/Roc Armani Paul Jackson’s new CD release, FUNK ON A STICK
The great funk bass master, Paul Jackson of the Headhunters (Basin Street Records) formerly Herbie Hancock and the Headhunters, has released his second solo CD, FUNK ON A STICK (Backdoor Records). It’s been on the street for less than a week and the funk is in on the music reviews. “Yes sir, “In God We Funk” what else can you say? Mr. “Funky Fingers” gets it on from beginning to the end of this CD and proves without any doubt that Herbie Hancock knew exactly what he was doing when he teamed with this man, oh yeah,” says Keith “Muzikman” Hannaleck, of MuzikReviews.com.
Paul Jackson has become the master innovator of pushing the envelope further into the jazz funk realm. It all started with the instant classic “Chameleon.” The funky heat was turned up even higher on the song “God Make me Funky.” Jackson’s new CD, FUNK ON A STICK comes out smooookin with such standout cuts as “In God we Funk, Funk on a Stick and Hey Lou.” He is flat out the baddest funk bass play of all times. San Francisco soul jazz singer/songwriter, Tony Adamo’s tune “Hey Lou” is featured on this CD along with Oakland, California’s funk drumming sensation, James Levi.
Bob Davis of Soul-Patrol.Net Radio says “It’s like Return To Forever/Headhunters with James Brown, Oscar Brown Jr. and Chuck Brown. This CD FUNK ON A STICK is essential for you to own.”
Theorchard.com is handling worldwide digital and physical distribution. Digital distribution of FUNK ON A STICK will be on 50 legitimate digital music services including iTunes, eMusic, Real Rhapsody, and Sony Connect. FUNK ON A STICK will be sold on internet music retail sites including, Amazon, Best Buy, Virgin Mega Stores, SamGoody and Tower Records. You can also buy FUNK ON A STICK at www.jazznow.com
For more info on Paul Jackson go to www.pauljackson.jp and www.theorchard.com For info on Tony Adamo go to www.jazznow.com
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