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Thumpin' is Humpin'...Off The Wall!

Out the gate from the first track is the live Michael Manson album that is high-energy contemporary jazz to the max. Featuring an all-star cast of musicians, singers, and personnel, this album is a fiery concourse of full out musicianship! I'm uncertain why "Lovely Day" is listed as explicit, which is not close to being the situation, but it is my personal favorite selection on the album from front-to-back. Other highlights include "Coming Right At Ya", "Just One Touch", "Outer Drive", and "The Bottom Line" (the first song that introduces some 'bass thumpin' as referenced in the title)! It's elegant, easy-listening, and very dynamic, so do yourself a deed and acquire some 'thumpin' for yourself.

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Biography

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A native of Chicago, IL, Michael Manson took interest in the electric guitar at the age of 14. Influenced by the music of Al Jarreau and intrigued by the technique of Jarreau's bass player Abe Laboriel, Manson's love of music soon began to shift towards the bass guitar. At 15, he and a group of friends formed Togetherness, releasing an album and two singles before Manson left to join the Navy six years later. After returning to Chicago to obtain both his B.A. and Master's in Music degrees, he joined...
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