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MP3 Various Artists - Black Rose: Real Musica II

Contemporary artists ranging from pop, funk, rock, dance and latin.

20 MP3 Songs in this album (79:17) !
Related styles: POP: with Live-band Production, ROCK: Modern Rock

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BullDog Evans - The CEO of an underground R&B/Jazz label managed by Black Rose and published through Black Rose Productions, Inc. Mr. Roger Evans composed track 3 "Qualifies," track 7 "Do You Want Me," and track 19 "Forever My Love". These tracks were performed by Uppercut and feature vocalist Brent Carter former lead singer of Tower of Power. These compositions were produced by John Pandolfo alias Johnny Funk at the Niteflight Recording Studios in Massapequa. They are published through Black Rose Productions, Inc BMI.

Split Leaf – An acoustic rock band out of the Midwest, this group packs strong vocals, tasty hooks and songs that talk about life, love and harmony. They are currently touring the U.S. and working on the release of their second album to be distributed through Black Rose Records. (Track 4 - "Friend" and Track 15 - “God”)

Dr. Bob – Having previously toured with the Ramones, he has produced a
music video now available on Spike TV and Youtube named "Trustifarian”. The doctor is currently on tour and his album will soon be available on iTunes and CD Baby. Dr. Bob is a guitarist/vocalist/composer with great musical skills as a songwriter and an awesome guitar player that plays great licks, hooks, and outrageous dynamics in the deliverance of his performance. Dr. Bob is a true "Rock Star" and the time is now for the world to share the awesome power of his songs. (Track 13 - "New Romeo")

Paul Val - Writer/composer of track 1 “Thanksgiving In America,” track 11 “Hey Now,” track 18 “There Was A Time In America(Instramental),” and track 20 “Believe In Yourself.” This American patriot has a natural ability in composing positive songs about the United States, its children, politicians, and the good lord. Paul is a third generation American of Italian descent, born and raised as a Christian in Brooklyn, New York. He has an undergraduate degree in business from The City College of New York and a graduate degree in psychology from Fordham University. He has also taken courses at various times at New York University, St. John''s, and Columbia University. He makes his living in the business world and is the Co-President and part owner of a food wholesale company. His avocation is music and writing. More specifically, playing the guitar and writing songs, poems, and articles about our country and our way of life.
Paul Val is in the process of completing his album to be released on iTunes in the near future. These songs were performed by Uppercut featuring Brent Carter on tracks 1 and 11 and Rob Leskody on track 20.

Arek Religa - A multi-talented guitarist, composer, arranger and keyboardist from Poland. Arek Religa has played guitar since he was 16 years old. Heavily influenced by players such as Michael Schenker and Carlos Santana. Watch out for Arek’s inspired playing on Black Rose Records. Arek is an unbeliveable rock guitarist with smoking licks, dynamics, and stage presence. Arek is considered by many industry professionals to be one of the most innovative and talented guitarist/composer in the United States. Arek Religa is published through Black Rose Productions, Inc.
(Track 6 - "On The Road", Track 16 - "Don’t Worry Be Happy")

Scott Kahn – Scott is published through Black Rose Productions, Inc and previously published through BMG Music Publishing International. Scott Kahn was produced by John Bastianell who also produced George Lamond on Columbia Records and the Nas-T Boyz. Scott is an architect with a deep passion for music. He has a smooth voice and strong lyrics with tasteful melodies and is currently working on a new album to be distributed on iTunes. (Track 12 - "Constant Fade Away")

Danny James - A real Rock ‘N Roller with music roots in the San Francisco Bay area, where he was raised. During his high school years, he sang in Gilbert and Sullivan musicals and also played the French Horn, Sax, and Tympani just for fun. Danny’s mother bought him his first guitar, a Sears Airline, when he was 13. In 2007 Danny joined forces with Black Rose Productions, Inc as publisher/production company launching him in the global market. Danny James is rehearsing a new Rock ‘N Roll band planning on touring the US and abroad in the near future. Danny’s album was produced by John Pandolfo alias Johnny Funk for Black Rose Productions, Inc. (Track 14 - "Waiting For A Smile")

Zmbyr Jazzmin - Zmbyr began her musical journey at a very young age. She has been singing all of her life and composed her first song on the piano when she was only four years old. It is her passion to move people and share her music with the world. Music is her life, soul and happiness. Zmbyr and her dad, D. Lee Kisner collaborated on a collection of songs and are working her next CD and Videos. This is one young star that is a must see and hear. This album was produced by John Pandolfo Johnny at Niteflight Recording Studios for Black Rose Productions, Inc. publishing/mangement company. (Track 5 - "You’ve Been Gone")

Lance Koonah – A gifted saxophonist from Hawaii, Brooklyn based Lance Koonah is turning the Jazz world on its ear with his smooth, sultry sound. His sophisticated charts can be heard in the New York Metropolitan area in various clubs. Lance Koonah is distributed and promoted through Black Rose Productions, Inc. (Track 8 - "Until That Moment")

Jim Cherry - In honor of the late Jim Cherry former Black Rose band member, husband to Cathy Cherry, and their children Sarah and James Jr. A dear friend of Tito Batista, Tommy Uzzo, John Pandolfo, Lew Charles, Stewart I Rosenblum Esq., and Dr. Andrea Reiter Phd. Jim Cherry first met Tito Batista during a live performance in Bellmore where they won the LILCL award for best band in Nassau County 1968 with the Young Vibrations 1 year before it became the Black Rose band. In the early 90s Black Rose Productions, Inc in collaboration with Reiter Records produced Jim Cherry’s first album at Mirror Image Studios with producer/engineer Tommy Uzzo and keyboardist Mike Lorello. This compilation CD features the song “After The Storm” track 2. Jim Cherry was an amazing R&B/Rock vocalist with an incredible range. He is one of the most phenominal songwriters ever lived. As previously quoted by former drummer Everett Collins “His death is a great loss to the music community. He will be missed.”

Lew Charles - An American artist with deep European roots in his early career as lead singer/guitarist performing in many major arenas in Holland, Denmark, and Germany during the mid to late 70s. Lew Charles is currenty published through Black Rose Productions, Inc., One Hot Note Music, and previously sub-published through BMG Music Publishing International. This artist was produced at Mirror Image Studios by producer/engineer Tommy Uzzo and Mike Lorello. Lew is producing a new album to be released 2010. Track 9 “Lady Cruel” features drummer Tony Gallano.

Camille - Camille and the song Deep Freeze (track 10) was produced by John Bastianelli written by Mr. Masters. Camille is an incredible vocalist, this production displays an awesome range and soul performance. This track received much attention in the mid to late 90s after it was alleged that Cher Bono coped 80% of the song on her hit release “Believe.” No action was taken pursuing to the advice given by the law firm of Frommer, Lawrence, and Haug. In order to litigate such a case it takes a lot of money and nothing is guaranteed. Listen to the song you be the judge.

Eclipse - Eclipse produced by Black Rose Productions, Inc,. and Bill Cosby’s own musical producer Stu Gardner at the Broccoli Rabe Entertainment Complex with executive producers Tito Batista, Stewart I Rosenblum Esq., and Dr. Andrea Reiter Phd. A ten song album was produced but never commercially released due to the unlawful actions of songwriter Robert Gallo. This composer launched a lucrative television career for himself through Bill Cosby after breaching a management production agreement with manager Tito Batista President of Black Rose Productions, Inc. Tito Batista was directly responsible for introducing him to Bill Cosby which gave him much success through that relationship. This individual has worked on many additional TV shows controlled by Bill Cosby including the popular sitcom “A Different World” and the Nickelodeon animated series “Little Bill.” Robert Gallo sacrificed a long time relationship with Tito Batista out of greed. He never said the words “thank you for my career.” This song is dedicated to the many investors that put their faith and money into an artist who felt it was all owed to him. To read more https://www.tradebit.com “Sweet Dreams” track 17

Uppercut – Led by bassist, producer, and engineer John Pandolfo, (alias Johnny Funk) Uppercut has been a loyal contributor to the signature sound of Black Rose Records as the exclusive studio band. A well established 9 piece horn performing in the New York metropolitan area for over 20 years. Uppercut is featured on Tracks1,3,4,5,7,11,13,14,15,18,19 and 20.

Executive and Musical Producers

Tierney and Tierney Attorneys at Law, John J. Tierney Esq., Michael E. Tierney Esq., Stephen A. Ruland Esq., Black Rose Productions, Inc., Tito Batista, Hollywood Foskey, Ana Kahn, John Pandolfo, Niteflight Music Productions Studio, Paul Vallario, Black Rose Management, Black Rose Records, Jesse Baldo, Daniel Batista, Thomas Batista, Bulldog Evans, Cheri Eleazer, Abram Omaits, and Cedric Etienne A&R Director for Black Rose Productions, Inc.

Special Thanks

Brent Carter, Thomas Anderer, Fred Batista, Daniel Batista, Thomas Batista, BMI International / Consuelo Sayago, Il Piatto, Congressman Peter King, Alan & Leah Cuffey, Indi Music TV, Broccoli Rabe Ent., Dr. Bob, Ashley E. Foster, Frank & Camille’s Pianos, GOR, Ana Guigui, Chris Hand, Paul Vallario, Keiko Hida, , Scott Kahn, Ana Kahn, Black Rose, Lance Koonah, Tim Lawless, Layaway, Harry Lisabeth, Robert Matthews, Courtney McQuaid, Vera Poliskook, Arek Religa, Mike Renert, Split Leaf, Cecilia Tierney, Stewart I. Rosenblum Esq., Dr. Andrea Reiter Phd., Reiter Records, Ltd., One Hot Note Music, Tommy Uzzo, Mike Norelo, John Bastianelli, Uppercut*, Edgar H. Haug Esq., Frommer Lawrence & Haug LLP.

*UPPERCUT: John Pandolfo – Bass, Karl Schwarz – Keyboards, Franl Bellucci – Drums, Andy Witt - Drums, Chris Carbery – Guitar,Walter Roberti - Guitar, Rob Leskody – Vocals, Chuck Foell – Trumpet, Chris Done – Tenor Sax, Tim Cassera – Trombone, Carl Greiner – Bari/Alto Sax

- Distributed through Black Rose Records for the U.S. and overseas. This label is managed by Black Rose Productions, Inc. For licensing and publishing information contact Tito Batista, producer publisher for Black Rose Productions, Inc. 409 Rt. 112, Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776/Phone: 631-928-0660

- Copyrighted 2009 Black Rose Productions, Inc. All Rights Reserved. FBI Anti-Piracy Warning: Unauthorized copying is punishable under federal law. Black Rose is a trademark with a federal registration No. 1214374 registered October 26th 1982. First use August 26th 1977; in commerce November 13th 1977. Beware of an imitator or imitators looking to be just like us. These imitators have total disregard of copyright and trademark law and you should be aware of these law breakers.

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