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Terry Wollman’s inspiring new single "Mandela"

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Terry Wollman
LOS ANGELE'S—Guitarist and producer Terry Wollman brings forth his new album “Buddha's Ear."

The first single, “Mandela," featuring Mindi Abair and Keb' Mo' is the #1 Most Added on Billboard's Smooth Jazz chart.

Terry Wollman returns to the Jazz music airwaves with “Mandela," an inspiring new single from the album “Buddha's Ear." It is already getting major attention from Jazz radio formats as being the #1 Most Added on Billboard's Smooth Jazz chart, Groove Jazz and SmoothJazz.com airplay charts.

Terry Wollman's guitar playing, writing, and production take us on a heartfelt musical journey influenced by his travels around the world. In his usual style, he once again brings together an all star band including John (JR) Robinson, Abraham Laboriel, Luis Conte, Greg Manning, Gerald Albright, Mindi Abair, Keb' Mo,' Melanie Taylor and Melissa Manchester.

He adds to the beauty of this recording with three string quartet arrangements recorded at the world renowned Capitol Studio.

“Mandela," the first track on this 12-song full-length album, was produced by Terry in his Mango Eater Studio located in Los Angele's. The song was written by Terry Wollman and Nashville's multi-Grammy winner blues artist, Keb' Mo.'

“Mandela" is available on iTunes; Spotify, Amazon and other digital download retailer's.

Terry Wollman's latest album release, “Buddha's Ear" is an audiophile masterpiece.

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