Alsamarol 2057 Releases New Music CD

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Everybody Wants To Live is the title of the new music CD by Alsamarol 2057. The group's title song reflects their mission to “reach out to the world with music and peace.”

Raw Street Music

"Everybody Wants To Live!"

Alsamarol 2057 has a sound they describe as “raw street music.” It is the blending of Jazz, R&B, Blues, Soul, Funk, Gospel, and a strong Latin and African influence. As they say, “music from our hearts to your hearts.”

War, famine, and poverty are all around the world today. The band believes everyone just wants to live a life of quality. All people of all countries are all brothers and sisters of humanity. These facts inspired the band to write the title song, “Everybody Wants To Live.” Forty years from now in the year 2057, will humanity still be here? The band believes that humanity will survive past 2057 only if we recognize the right of all people to be treated with dignity and respect. Therefore, 2057 is used as part of the band's name.

The group was founded in New Jersey by guitarist Allen Burnett. He has a blues and jazz background. Alto saxophonist Samuel Clark (played with Allen Burnett in another band 16 years ago) has a jazz, blues, and pop music background. Keyboard player and vocalist Eva Marie Harris has a classical, soul, and blues music background. Keyboard player, writer-arranger and vocalist Robert Turner has an R&B and soul background. Drummer and vocalist Sabrina Jones has an R&B, funk, soul and gospel background.

These various musical styles, by the principal musicians, complement each other to produce the “raw street music” of Alsamarol 2057. Samuel Clark said, “We are friends and like each other. It's easy to create good music in an environment of friendship and respect.”

You can get more information by visiting their website at: http://www.alsamarol2057.com

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