Streetlife With Warren Wiegratz - Both Sides Of The Street download mp3 album
Profile: Sax & Synth player from Milwaukee WI USA. Was part of several Milwaukee area bands including Yesterday's Children with Sylvia St. James and Sweet Bottom with Daryl Stuermer. Warren was inducted into the Wisconsin Area Music Industry hall of fame for Reed/Brass Instrumentalist and is currently leader of Streetlife, a jazz fusion party band perhaps most notable for being the official band of the Milwaukee Bucks basketball team. Vivo, Warren Wiegratz, Pam Duronio, Tim Stemper - On the sunny side (CDr, Album). Streetlife (13) With Warren Wiegratz - Both Sides Of The Street (CD). T&W Records (2). CD 10193.
Contact Streetlife with Warren Wiegratz in Milwaukee on WeddingWire. Their first release Both Sides of the Street received outstanding airplay nationwide and their latest release Silent Conversations is played on "Smooth Jazz" radio stations across the country. Streetlife has been featured on a national television broadcast on TNT and in the worldwide music publication Roland Users Group Magazine. Streetlife also has performed for the CBA's Sioux Falls Skyforce, Quad Cities Thunder, and Rockford Lightning and at several CBA Championship Series games
1 Both Sides Of The Street 2 Keep It Up 3 Betcha By Golly Wow 4 Will It Go Round In Circles 5 Uppercut 6 From Lovers To Friends 7 Everybody 8 How Can You Say 9 Over The Road 10 Our Last Goodbye. Vocals – Warren Wiegratz Written-By – Billy Preston (tracks: 4), Bruce Fisher (tracks: 4), Jim Reith (tracks: 2, 6 to 8), Linda Creed (tracks: 3), Thom Bell (tracks: 3), Warren Wiegratz (tracks: 1, 2, 5 to 10).
Streetlife with Warren Wiegratz performs a unique blend of R&B, Smooth Jazz, and Contemporary styles, combining superb musicianship and vocals with an exciting stage presence. They have been honored with many nominations and awards at the Wisconsin Area Music Industry Awards (WAMI), including "Best Adult Contemporary Group" and "Best Contemporary Jazz Group" in Wisconsin. As the official band of the Milwaukee Bucks, Streetlife with Warren Wiegratz appears in front of millions of NBA fans each season in person and on national radio and television.
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Patrick Charles, better known by the stage name Streetlife, is a hip hop artist who is a close associate of the Wu-Tang Clan, particularly of Method Man. He was born in the Bronx, moved to Houston, Texas, and later moved to Staten Island where he grew up. Contents. Street went on to make two appearances on the Clan's second album Wu-Tang Forever and seven appearances on Method Man's second album Tical 2000: Judgement Day in 1997 and 1998 respectively, after which he continued to make appearances on Clan albums and on the members' various solo projects. His own debut album was originally intended to be released in the busy 1998–1999 period but, as was soon to become the norm for Wu-Tang releases, it was repeatedly delayed, eventually seeing release titled Street Education in 2005.
Streetlife w/Warren Wiegratz at Bayshore Town Center. Cts 12:00 CDT · Bayshore Town Center. Streetlife with Warren Wiegratz at Summerfest BMO Harris Stage. Cum 18:00 CDT · Summerfest.
Now, their charismatic saxman heads a new ensemble, Streetlife with Warren Wiegratz, whose silk meets rock/funk turn Silent Conversations captures the same sort of playful, lighthearted energy of the old band, with one crucial mistake that sinks the engaging flow-vocals. Aggressive notions like "Assume" and the frolicsome rolling rhythms of "Brazilia" rise above some of the play it safe, radio ready niceties, and the band's sax dominated approach is sharply enhanced by Terry Sims on keyboards and Peter Mac's breezy guitar tales.
|1||Both Sides Of The Street|
|2||Keep It Up|
|3||Betcha By Golly Wow|
|4||Will It Go Round In Circles|
|6||From Lovers To Friends|
|8||How Can You Say|
|9||Over The Road|
|10||Our Last Goodbye|
- Published By – Sweetbottom Music Publishing Co.
- Published By – Reith Music
- Published By – Bellboy Music
- Published By – Irving Music
- Published By – Almo Music Corp.
- Recorded At – DV Productions
- Mixed At – DV Productions
- Recorded At – Mauer Brothers Studio
- Recorded At – El Rancho Reith Studios
- Copyright (c) – T&W Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – T&W Records
- Backing Vocals – Laurie Adams (tracks: 7), Phebe Hines (tracks: 7)
- Bass Guitar – Kevin Allen
- Cover – Phyllis Wiegratz
- Design – Hanson Graphic
- Drums – Tony Wagner
- Engineer – Dave Vartanian*
- Executive-Producer – Tony Wagner, Warren Wiegratz
- Guitar – Joe Gorman (tracks: 5, 7, 9)
- Keyboards – Kurt Cowling
- Lead Vocals – Ken Daniel*
- Photography By – Deone Jahnke
- Producer – Jim Reith
- Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar – Peter McManaman
- Saxophone, Keyboards, Percussion, Backing Vocals – Warren Wiegratz
- Written-By – Billy Preston (tracks: 4), Bruce Fisher (tracks: 4), Jim Reith (tracks: 2, 6 to 8), Linda Creed (tracks: 3), Thom Bell (tracks: 3), Warren Wiegratz (tracks: 1, 2, 5 to 10)