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Editors’ Notes

Drummer Otis Brown III impresses on his debut solo album, The Thought of You. Brown makes room for jazz, hip-hop, gospel, and a cover of Canadian country singer Shania Twain’s “You’re Still the One” featuring vocalist Gretchen Parlato. The album opens with “The Way (Truth and Life),” which features a muscular horn arrangement, Robert Glasper’s unmistakable touch on piano, and Ben Williams’ driving bass. Bilal lends vocals to “The Thought of You—Part 1,” a track that includes incisive trumpet from Keyon Harrold. The spotlight is on singer Nikki Ross for a gospel medley drenched with Shedrick Mitchell’s organ.

Customer Reviews

Supreme Swing

Love the music bro! You are showing off your mastery of style, grace, and musical tenacity. Continue to make great music Otis!!

Extraordinary

The artistry is amazing. The music transports you to another place. It's a blessing to see the vision come to past. Well done OT well Done....!!

This the sound of jazz!

O-MAZING record my brother!

Biography

Born: Hackensack, NJ

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Otis Brown III is a Grammy-nominated jazz drummer, composer, and recording artist who is a go-to session and touring sideman. He is best-known for his work with Joe Lovano in Us Five, though he has been on dozens of sessions...
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