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Aaron Abernathy - Epilogue
Aaron Abernathy
Epilogue
2LP | 2019 | US | Original (Aaron Abernathy Music)
26,99 €*
Release:2019 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Rising pianist/ singer Aaron Abernathy has created a stir with his last two solo albums "Monologue" and "Dialogue" and now returns with the final installment of the series: "Epilogue." Widely known for his live performances and collaborative efforts with artists including Black Milk, Slum Village, and Foreign Exchange, Abernathy has embarked on solo tours in the US, Europe, and Japan in support of his solo work, and this new release is his most personal work yet.

This follow up to Monologue and Dialogue focuses on restoration after heartbreak, an album that Abernathy has lived through and through and was uncertain about sharing. This vulnerable complex true story is made up of three acts touching on situations Abernathy and his peers are currently in the midst of living. The acts of HIS, HERS, and OURS take us through Abernathy’s more adventurous electro-soul compositions as he tells the story of his breakup with a woman he loved dearly and how he react to their ending, a woman named Noelle’s relationship with a man she was dearly in love with and how’s she’s coping with their relationship ending, and lastly how him Noelle are discovering if it's possible to heal and love again after major heartbreak.
Aaron Abernathy - Dialogue
Aaron Abernathy
Dialogue
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Aaron Abernathy Music)
25,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
"Dialogue", the new album by Aaron Abernathy, sees the artist presenting
his side of the story in nine interwoven tracks. The album marks a
distinctly different conceptual approach, where the artist lays flat his
vulnerabilities as an American black man in 2017, discussing hot-button
issues of economics, segregation, and racial politics.
Dialogue was composed, produced, and arranged by Abernathy, and
creates a modern take of the classic soul sounds of the 1970s, with a nod
to the socially conscious themes found on albums such as Marvin Gaye’s
What’s Going On, Sly & The Family Stone’s There’s a Riot Goin On, or
Curtis Mayfield’s eponymous debut album. Nine songs are sequenced
and mixed to flow together seamlessly, and Abernathy’s skills as a
producer bring a consistency despite varied tempos and moods.

Aaron Abernathy, is a jazz pianist/soul singer and multi-talented entertainer. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Abernathy comes from a long-line of historical pioneers including Civil Rights Leader, Rev. Ralph David Abernathy and student of the same high school music program as the late R&B great Gerald Levert.

He joined the ranks of artists like Donny Hathaway and Roberta Flack as a graduate from the prestigious music program at Howard University, where he sharpened his piano playing and musicianship by majoring in jazz piano. With outstanding talents as both a pianist and a vocalist, he has acted as musical director for global touring acts Black Milk and Slum Village and collaborated with Grammy-nominated artists including Jack White, The Foreign Exchange, and Eric Roberson.

Fall of 2016, Abernathy released his solo album "Monologue," that was met with critical acclaim from the likes of Pitchfork, Bandcamp Daily, Soultracks, and Saint Heron.
Aaron Abernathy - Monologue
Aaron Abernathy
Monologue
2LP | 2016 | US | Original (Aaron Abernathy Music)
26,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Here comes the highly anticipated album release from Aaron Abernathy featuring Black Milk, Deborah Bond, Nat Turner, Phonte (of Little Brother + The Foreign Exchange), Zo!

Aaron Abernathy, is a jazz pianist/soul singer and multi-talented entertainer. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Abernathy comes from a long-line of historical pioneers including Civil Rights Leader, Rev. Ralph David Abernathy and student of the same high school music program as the late R&B great Gerald Levert.

He joined the ranks of artists like Donny Hathaway and Roberta Flack as a graduate from the prestigious music program at Howard University, where he sharpened his piano playing and musicianship by majoring in jazz piano. With outstanding talents as both a pianist and a vocalist, he has acted as musical director for global touring acts Black Milk and Slum Village and collaborated with Grammy-nominated artists including Jack White, The Foreign Exchange, and Eric Roberson.
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