Feelin' It

Feelin' It

by Freddie Fox
1.0 1

Item is available through our marketplace sellers.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/07/2009
Label: Nu Groove Records
UPC: 0893422002345
catalogNumber: 2034

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Freddie Fox   Primary Artist,Guitar,Flugelhorn,Keyboards,Background Vocals
Walter Beasley   Soprano Saxophone,Guest Appearance
Najee   Flute,Saxophone,Guest Appearance
Nelson Rangell   Saxophone,Guest Appearance
Alex Al   Bass,Guest Appearance
Johnny Britt   Trumpet
Luis Conte   Guest Appearance
Lynne Fiddmont   Background Vocals
Preston Glass   Keyboards
Evelyn "Champagne" King   Vocals,Background Vocals,Guest Appearance
Jean McClain   Background Vocals
Kevin Ricard   Percussion
Michito Sánchez   Percussion
Mark Ellis Stephens   Keyboards
Lewis Taylor   Saxophone
Greg Thomas   Alto Saxophone
Michael White   Drums,Guest Appearance
Smitty Smith   Bass,Keyboards
Dale Hightower   Background Vocals
Michael Lington   Saxophone,Guest Appearance
Steve Baxter   Trombone
Mike Broening   Keyboards,Soloist,Guest Appearance
Donald Haynes   Saxophone
Melanie Scott   Baritone Saxophone
Fred E. Smith   Keyboards
Bill McGee   Flugelhorn
Lashonda Knight Preuitt   Background Vocals
Paul Litterall   Trumpet
Mel Brown   Bass,Guest Appearance

Technical Credits

Frankie Beverly   Composer
Freddie Fox   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Engineer,Vocal Arrangements,Horn Arrangements
Preston Glass   Composer
Evelyn "Champagne" King   Composer,Vocal Arrangements
Dennis Moody   Engineer
Lewis Taylor   Horn Arrangements
Greg Thomas   Horn Arrangements
Michael Lington   Horn Arrangements
Mike Broening   Composer,Producer
Dale Voelker   Art Direction

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews

Feelin' It 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MinorThreat77 More than 1 year ago
File this album under "Jazz For People Who Don't Like Jazz." Sterile, boring, banal, bland, unadventurous, non-threatening: these are a few adjectives that perfectly describe Freddie Fox's debut solo album. If you love music that is played in elevators, dentist offices, and grocery stores, you'll probably love this. On the other hand, if you love jazz (that is, not of the smooth/adult-urban contemporary "fake" jazz variety), you'll hate this.