Geno Young – Do What You Do

Known by Badu as ‘JuneBugg’, he was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. Geno Young had a musical family and began playing violin and piano and an early age. He established his talents in the Arts Magnet High School were he studied in the same class rooms as Roy Hargrove and Norah Jones. Afterwards he attended Howard University in Washington, D.C. Here he would perfect his song writing skills, production techniques and form his love for Soul music. Having studied his craft he found himself later touring the world as musical director, arranger and producer for the multiple Grammy award winners, Erykah Badu. He produced songs for the 2001 album ‘Mama’s Gun’, with ‘Times a Wastin’, and my favourite ‘Orange Moon’. He also produced for N’Dambi on ‘Tunin’ Up and co-signin’ and most recently Carmen Rodgers ‘Free’ album released on Expansion Records. This artist offers very much to the industry and music lovers. Look out for ‘the Ghetto Symphony’, released in 2004 on AB Records. -Matthew Daniel [Just Soul]

Album: The Ghetto Symphonie (2004)

„Amazing, an instant soul classic that takes us back to the 70s work of the Isley Brothers, Stevie Wonder, and Marvin Gaye.“ [CD Baby]

Bassplayer: Braylon Lacy

Zip-File includes: Standard Notation + TAB


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