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Religious Jazz

A decent family man, the father of two children and the regular customer of the baptist church in Atlanta on sundays, Antoine Knight has begun work under his debut album In the Red in November, 2003. The influence of church has entered even here: the title of a disk are the words of Jesus Christ. This idea was given to Antoine by his pastor who also advised him to choose jazz as a musical direction loved by the church, where Knight worked as the musician under Byron Cage's protection. However, the disk In the Red can’t be called religious. Moreover: it is a typical jazz album, written according to all the canons of a genre. This disk helped Antoine Knight to become the first musician in the history of Atlanta’s jazz that has entered the charts of station Radio One without any assistance. A lot of people helped musician to improve the disk. Among them are the guitarist Steve Lewis who has written down a party to a melodious first track "Knight Drive"; Whirley Morris who helped some compositions to find lyrics and Ren Lampton, who added special sounding in "Hidden Shame" and "Sons and Daughters". Joint efforts helped to write a touching and lyrical jazz-album that would certainly be loved by those who love quiet and melodious music.

In the Red, Antoine Knight
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: Nov 16, 2004

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