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Those who follow R&B music closely will recall the name Chris Jasper during his days as an intricate member of both the Isley Brothers and Isley/Jasper/Isley. The album Faithful and True is his second all-gospel album since embarking on a solo career in 1988, following the critically acclaimed 1992 release Praise the Eternal. The 13 songs of inspiration making up this project makes as their focal point Jasper's rich, silky-smooth tenor. The one song that departs from this norm is the funk-flavored "Doing My Thing (For the Lord)." On this track, Jasper takes a page out of the Roger Troutman school of funk, with the use of a driving bassline and voice box.


Born: 30 December 1951 in Cincinnati, OH

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Any serious list of highly influential keyboardists in the soul/pop/funk field would have to include the Isley Brothers' Chris Jasper. Jasper can be heard laying down adept acoustic piano, organ, funky clavinet, and Moog/Arp synthesizer lines on such seminal '70s hits as "Who's That Lady," "Fight the Power," "For the Love of You" (covered by Whitney Houston on her multi-platinum Whitney album), and "Who Loves You Better" over a catalog that includes 11 gold and four platinum albums. Most are still...
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