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Finally Found This Jazz/Funk Fusion Artist Mitchell Coleman Jr. That’s Kickin It Old School

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I finally found a Jazz/Funk fusion artist that’s kickin it old school, just the way I like it. His name is Mitchell Coleman Jr., and the way he plays bass is such a throwback to all my faves like Marcus Miller, Larry Graham, and Stanley Clarke! What can I say; I’m a sucker for the classics. His single “Flow” really takes you back, and it’s no wonder cause it was co-produced by Michael B. Sutton who’s a veteran Motown producer. Listen to it on [url="http://bit.ly/iTunes-Flow-MCJ"][b]iTunes[/b][/url] and you’ll totally see what I mean.

I can’t believe I haven’t discovered this guy sooner, I mean his album “Soul Searching” has made it on to the Top Albums list on CD Baby this week! I’ve definitely become a fan for life. Mitchell has a [url="http://bit.ly/MitchellColemanJr"][b]Facebook[/b][/url], [url="https://twitter.com/MitchOnTheBass"][b]Twitter[/b][/url] and website [url="http://www.MitchellColemanJr.com"][b]www.MitchellColemanJr.com[/b][/url] if anybody wants to look up more info about him

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