"Play De Doh" You Guys

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"Play De Doh" You Guys

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Warrant Music and ITI Records are pleased to announce the resurgence (a rising again into life, activity, or prominence) of the ITI label after an absence of over twenty years.  That said we will be re-issuing digitally almost all of the prior album releases along with a 30th year Anniversary album shortly.  

Originally released in 1989 through ITI, this album dissolved categorization with Colorado jazz members Dave Hammond on drums, and co-leaders Jeff Nathanson on sax, and X Man 421 (Eric Lilley) on keyboards have incorporated tracks that house funk, pop and R&B influences into their compositions. 

 

Eric Lilley (X Man 421) has since earned his Masters degree in composition from the University of Denver.  He has been a local arranger and keyboardist for the Shoji Tabuchi and Lawrence Welk shows in Branson, Mo.  He has also been the Music Director and Pianist for the Norwegian Cruise Line and has released a solo piano CD called "Song Without Words" and performed in various clubs and theatre productions for the National Touring Companies of Hair Spray, Wicked and Legally Blonde.

 

Jeff since 1991, has been a soloist and horn section member for Latin-pop superstar Luis Miguel. He has toured and recorded extensively with Mr. Miguel, appearing on numerous albums and videos, and has performed hundreds of concerts worldwide. When he is not working with Mr. Miguel, Jeff is busy performing, recording, and composing in Colorado, where he currently resides. Some of the other artists with whom Jeff has performed include: Kenny Loggins, Frankie Valli, AlexandrePires, Freddie Fender, Juan Gabriel, Alejandro Sanz, Armando Manzanero, Earl “Fatha” Hines, Jill Sobule, Ehsan Aman (Kite Runner), Joan Sebastian, Charlie Zaa, , Sheila E., Ray Obiedo, Hazel Miller, John Novello, Nelson Rangell, and Pete Escovedo. While Jeff is involved with many artists from a wide variety of musical genres, he has also recorded two of his own CD’s:“More than Coincidence” and “Deep into the Night” which showcase both his saxophone/EWI playing and compositional talents.

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