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WAKE UP AND KNOW WHO YOU ARE
Here Steve Marshall sings and makes his piano debut, backed by original Jazz Warriors, Alan Weekes (Guitar) and Kenrick Rowe (Drums), and gifted Italian bass player Michele Montolli.
"…voices like his deserve the respect.” Bob Jones, Blues & Soul Magazine.
SOUL, R&B, JAZZ, ROCK, SINGER-SONGWRITER
Photo by Irven Lewis
Justice presents an original take on Soul, R&B, Jazz, Funk, Rock, Blues and Afrobeat with Steve Marshall (vocals), Alan Weekes (guitar), Kenrick Rowe (drums), Michele Montolli (upright bass) and Ratshepe Makhene (congas & percussion). The album was engineered by Jonjo Keefe at The Premises Recording Studio, London, and mastered by Lawrence Gill.
SOUL, R&B, JAZZ, FUNK, ROCK, BLUES, AFROBEAT
Photo by Daniel Spencer
This album is kind of a review of moods and styles drawn from Hackney life. With Tony Green (Guitar), Rodger Griffiths (Bass), H (Drums), Reuben White (Congas & Percussion) and Nick Gilmore (Keys).
"The abundance of natural soul is undeniable" Bill Friskics-Warren, Washington Post
R&B, ROCK, BLUES, REGGAE, SINGER-SONGWRITER
Photo by Satoko Mochizuki
Steve Marshall & Wouter Kellerman
WHERE IS HOME?
Where Is Home? is the soundtrack to the dance musical of the same name, recorded in Johannesburg and London, and representing a musical journey and a collaboration between Steve Marshall and Grammy winning South African flautist, Wouter Kellerman.
"Speaks straight to your soul." Katherine Alcock, The Prickle
SOUL, FOLK, SOUTH AFRICAN, SONGS & INSTRUMENTALS
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Alan Weekes Quartet Ft. Just Stephen
These new compositions explore a variety of genres including jazz, reggae, calypso, mento and gospel. Funded by PRS Foundation, this project is a reflection on traditional and popular
Caribbean music styles. The musicians are Steve Marshall (piano & vocals), Alan Weekes (guitar), Michael “Bammi” Rose (tenor sax & flute), Michele Montolli (bass) and Saleem Raman (drums).
JAZZ, MENTO, CALYPSO, REGGAE, DUB & GOSPEL
Photo The Windrush Foundation