Namanworth's unique personal style, rooted in blues, jazz, and classic songwriting, shines through in every track on this album. His funky vocals and piano playing convey a depth of emotion that is both relatable and engaging, with warmth, humor, and soul that resonate seamlessly with his sharp, sophisticated lyrics. Listeners can expect to be transported to the East Village cafes of NYC, as Namanworth's cooled, chilled-out vocal style and witty, hip lyrics create a truly immersive musical experience. Joining Phillip on this album are industry veterans John Miller on bass and Warren Odze on drums.
With a long and eclectic career that includes singing doo-wop with Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night, working on records and films with Kenny Vance, keyboard playing for legendary folk singer Dave Van Ronk and The Hudson Dusters as well as Ry Cooder and Roberta Flack, Namanworth brings a wealth of experience to his latest album.
Namanworth has written songs with Doc Pomus, composed music for a variety of notable musical artists including George Benson, Melba Moore, Charlie Thomas-lead singer of the Drifters-and Kenny Vance, as well as Saturday Night Live TV, Elliott Randall, Sesame Street Characters, and John Waters' Hairspray movie.
This latest album is a testament to Namanworth's enduring talents and ability to bring fresh nuanced perspectives to everyday life. Fans of blues, jazz, and classic songwriting won't want to miss this exciting new release from one of NYC's natural music resources.
When played in the Audiophile Society's 3D MegaDimensional Sound you'll feel yourself sat in a hazy lounge, compelled to order one more drink, and joining Namanworth's cool tone in contemplating the miracles of life,