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"Wes Side Story? bodes to be the fourth single from the set to enter the Billboard Top 10. Aliso Viejo, Calif. (16 March 2014): Guitarist Blake Aaron utilized an unconventional approach when constructing his fifth album, ?Soul Stories,? which will be released May 5 by Innervision Records. To maintain his presence on radio and in the marketplace while juggling a busy schedule as a first-call session player, featured sideman and in-demand producer, he issued a variety of singles with three cuts – the retro funk-disco energizer ?Groove-O-Matic,? the urbane romantic duet with jazz crooner Spencer Day entitled ?You're the One for Me? and the salsa-singed ?Encantadora? featuring Najee on flute - entering the Billboard Top 10. The ten-track ?Soul Stories,? Aaron's first collection that is entirely self-produced, contains eight original tunes authored by the artist. Saluting one of his hallmark influences, Aaron embodies seminal jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery on the aptly-titled ?Wes Side Story,? an evocative selection that will be serviced to radio stations for playlist adds beginning April 6. Weaving engaging narratives told through a triad of guitar voices, Aaron's ?Soul Stories? unfolds amidst a varied backdrop of contemporary jazz, R&B, Latin and funk settings. He approaches his compositions as a storyteller and elects to feature a different guitar – cool jazz electric, gentle acoustic or emotional nylon string – as the protagonist of each musical vignette.
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