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/music1. Back And Forth (feat. Gail Jhonson)
2. 4 Page Letter (feat. Rose Lafleur)
3. If Your Girl Only Knew (feat. Christi Jones)
4. Try Again (feat Latanya Farrell & Omega Dolla)
5. We Need A Resolution (feat. SImone Richardson & Ras Iba)
6. Are You That Somebody (feat. Tiffany T'zelle)
7. Miss You (feat. Timmy Maia)
8. More Than A Woman (feat. Chynna Lauren & Cali Ash)
9. Rock The Boat (feat. Jessica Carl)
10. Come over (feat. Charmagne)
11. I Care For You (feat. Elizabeth Dellinger)
12. One I gave My Heart To (feat. Charise Courtney)
In his 10th full-length album, independent artist and producer David Davis offers his most explosive collaborative work as an extraordinary musician and producer yet - “Remembering Aaliyah” - His latest solo recording project as an artist and producer. His eclectic style in arrangements range from Smooth Jazz, Soul, Hip Hop, Fusion and R&B. Although David has a very unique sound of his own, some of his notable influences are Jackie Mclean, Kenny Garrett, Gerald Albright, Kirk Whalum and Najee.
"A tribute project 10 years in the making; I believe and know the world is NOW ready for this project and it has been taken off the shelf to complete. I have always loved the music and voice of Aaliyah. She had a magnetic and enigmatic energy about her. She was compared to being the modern day Donna Summers." The project has been technically engineered to literally make you feel good (tuned to 444hz vs 440hz). Each song is featuring an incredible singer and/or musician. You will not be disappointed!
“I have always desired to create a project such as this. As a saxophonist and producer, I wanted to not just re-record Aaliyah’s music but to arrange them using different styles while keeping the integrity of the original composition.” The mission or purpose of this recording is to emanate Love, Healing and good vibrations in the world. You will walk away feeling positive and resonating with the intentions that created the music.
There are so many awesome singers and musicians I have been working with to record the music for this project. Each song features a singer and/or musician that have been influenced by Aaliyah in one way, shape or form.
My Really Geeky Concept
I often used to say that musicians are master manipulators of the vibration that we call sound. Because we have that gift of altering or affecting your vibrational pattern with music, people find value in that subconsciously and consciously, and gravitate towards more of it. The Law of Vibration states that everything in the Universe moves and vibrates - everything is vibrating at one speed or another. Nothing rests.
Everything you see around you is vibrating at one frequency or another, and so are you. However, your frequency is different from other things in the universe and that's why it seems like you are separated from what you see around you; people, animals, plants, trees and so on. In truth you are not separated - you are in fact living in an ocean of energy - as we all are. We are all connected at the lowest level - a level professor John Hagelin calls The Unified Field.
Everything has its own vibrational frequency - the table - the car - the picture frame - the rock - even our thoughts and feelings. The Law of Vibration governs it all . A440 or A4 (also known as the Stuttgart pitch), which has a frequency of 440Hz, is the musical note of A above middle C and serves as a general tuning standard for musical pitch.
This project will be tuned to A=444 hz. It has been said and experienced that tuning to 444 hz creates frequencies that resonate with our bodies and DNA naturally and causes healing and miracles. The differences are subtle and may not be that evident from listening. But in some cases, you can feel the difference. Frequency and vibrational patterns can be used as weapons as well as healing.
528 is known as the miracle tone and often associated with DNA repair. It resonates with the body and nature. Our emotions have a direct influence to the environment around us. As a musician and producer, I am aware and conscious of the power and responsibility I have in creating music. The intentions behind creating music directly affect the person listening to it, whether good or bad (fast or slow vibration).