Guitarist Dee Brown Releases New Album 'Remembering You'
On dee Brown's new full length Innervision Records album Remembering You, the Detroit based guitarist celebrates via 11 vibrant, emotionally resonant tracks.
The album features his core band on the title track with co-writers Valdez Brantley (piano, keyboards, programming) and soprano saxophonist Dezie McCullers, Jr. and drummer Ron Otis, famed for his work with Aretha Franklin, Earl Klugh and Kem. Their powerful studio camaraderie also infuses the high energy Brantley produced tracks, "Hey Baby", the current single "Pop The Question," "I Want You Too" (featuring Lady Gaga's musical director Kern Brantley on bass) and "So Much." Renowned urban jazz flutist Althea Rene (sister of McCullers) pairs perfectly with Brown to create a breezy, whimsical stroll through "Our Summer," while renowned keyboardist Bob Baldwin co-wrote and creates a hypnotic duality with Brown on the playful, briskly rolling "I Will." Brown partnered with another Detroit area jazz/R&B great, artist, composer and producer Nate Harasim, on another of Remembering You's emotional high points, the mystical, soul jazz flavored ballad "Beauty Within."
Remembering You is dee Brown's first major release since his 2014 album (also on Innervision Records) Brown Sugar Honey-Coated Love.
About Innervision Records
Innervision Records http://www.innervisionrecords.com is an innovative record label with a special focus on operating within the ever-changing music industry and revolutionizing the way the artist-label relationship works. Innervision specializes in Groove/Smooth Jazz, Jazz, Chill , Neo-Soul and World Music. Innervision is dedicated to infusing fresh, new styles of music, and raising the level of the music you hear by bringing your airwaves, internet and satellite radio great independent music created by artists with a passion for music. This passion, coupled with Innervision's rejection of the music industry's corporate model, enables Innervision Records to bring unique and refreshing music to the masses.