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Deborah Flores
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  • San Diego, CA
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San Diego, California
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Vocalist, Manager, Promoter, Music Director, Jazz Presenter
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www.Deborahfloresmusic.com

With a seamless flow of sounds from soulful R&B and contemporary jazz to neo-soul this album has it all! Deborah’s seasoned voice belts out effortlessly in the R&B songs “Movin On” and “Sneakin Around”. “Sneakin Around”, an original composition, filled with a funk filled playful vibe, “Dream on Dreamer” and “Ain’t No Sunshine” (a Bill Withers classic) display the mellow silky flavor of smooth jazz with some unexpected yet warmly welcomed surprise turns along the way. Bassist, Marcus Miller takes it to another level in Deborah’s rendition of, “Do I Do” (By Stevie Wonder).
There’s even a touch of some soft rock found in the Lenny Kravitz classic, “I Belong to You”. Adding a more mature vibe to the song list, Deborah sings in sultry elegance the jazz standard, “The Man I Love” featuring a stellar performance by Eric Marienthal on sax. Undoubtedly you will not be able to sit still during Deborah’s original song, “Move Your Body”, which evokes an urban funk sound that commands you to do just that!
Fantastic musicians: Keith Jacobson and Jason Weber on sax and the majorly talented Nathan Brown on Bass through out the cd....
Producer, Jeff McCullough, owner of Tree Hill Media, applies his creative soulful talent to every song. Jeff’s musical arrangements take the songs by storm! Each melody, each composition, takes you on another musical journey making this CD an experience of pure joy!
Deborah Flores, in her unique style and soulful vibe, provides something for everyone’s musical pallet.
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At 1:52am on June 24, 2009, Peter Davis said…
Thanks Deborah,
many blessings to you too.
Take care.
Mr M..(mmm...ahem!!)
At 4:49am on March 14, 2009, Adam Cohen said…
Hi Deborah,

Saw you on the Jazz Links group page. Really enjoying your music! Hope the shows at Catalina and Spag's went well. Is there a gig together in our future? I'll be playing at the Temecula Jazz Festival in May (not far from San Diego, yes?). Hope you're staying busy.
--Adam
At 11:11pm on February 24, 2009, Paul Taylor said…
thank you deborah,
i enjoyed your sounds.
all the best with your music and at spaghettini's :)
Paul
At 5:51pm on February 17, 2009, Mike Smith said…
Why that's nice of u, it certainly would make a difference. Most of the clubs do have a performer guest list, as long as it's modest. After all they r in business to make $$ and so do u and the band. Tell u what, when u know for certain why don't u give me a jingle at 626-676-6574.

It has been a while since I've seen Kevin, Chad & John & will b good 2c them again & meet u "in person" as well.
At 5:05pm on February 17, 2009, Mike Smith said…
I'd like to, but Catalinas can be so doggone expensive...LOL! I mean I m not the cheapest man in the world, but each time I have gone there (outside of workin') I've always felt like I spent too much. However, I have not been to this latest location, only the last one. I know almost your entire band...isn't that something?
At 4:42pm on February 17, 2009, Mike Smith said…
Hi Deborah...saw your Ad on The main Jazznetwork page. Tell Chad Wright & Kevin F. that I said Hello. We have worked 2gether several times. Have a great gig.
At 10:38am on February 17, 2009, Victor Orlando said…
Hello Deborah, glad to be your friend on TJN. I will try to come out and see you Wed. sounds great, and if your free, your invited to come out and see me Tuesday, the 17th, at Harvelle's on 1432 4th ST. in Santa Monica, at 9.30 pm. Give me a email, and I will get you on the guest list. Take care, Victor Orlando.
At 1:39am on February 12, 2009, Alle Montecchi - Giuly Modesti said…
Welcome! Nice to meet you! We hope you'll come to listen to our music, and we hope you'll enjoy it!
We'll be very appreciative of your opinion!
Warm regards from Italy!


At 4:14pm on February 11, 2009, Joani Taylor said…
You really are very soulful!
warmest regards from Vancouver BC
At 11:44pm on January 26, 2009, Don Bell said…
If this is your band then I must be your sax player
John is my man on bass!!!
And tell Kevin Don Bell said hello please.

And yes I LOVE YOUR VOICE!!!!!!
HIT ME BACK ASAP WHEN YOU CAN?
 
 
 

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