First Listen: Michael Feinberg and Antwyn Jackson find a "Love Therapy"

(February 17. 2021) Bassist, bandleader and composer Michael Feinberg has been a mainstay of New York's jazz scene for over a decade. But that doesn’t mean that he isn’t proficient in other areas of music. The Atlanta native, has kept his canvas intentionally broad, touching on several musical styles in his recordings over the years.

Michael is readying a new album release, and one of the cuts has particularly captured us. “Love Therapy” mixes elements of R&B, jazz and more into a song that we’re having trouble turning off.

(February 17. 2021) Bassist, bandleader and composer Michael Feinberg has been a mainstay of New York's jazz scene for over a decade. But that doesn’t mean that he isn’t proficient in other areas of music. The Atlanta native, has kept his canvas intentionally broad, touching on several musical styles in his recordings over the years.

Michael is readying a new album release, and one of the cuts has particularly captured us. “Love Therapy” mixes elements of R&B, jazz and more into a song that we’re having trouble turning off.

Michael tells us, “This song is an homage to my love for Erykah Badu, neo soul, and southern rap. I was really inspired by Badu's release ‘But You Caint Use My Phone’ and I wanted to add my own flavor to ‘trap N b.’ Featuring vocals by Dallas based singer and percussionist Antwyn Jackson and saxophone solo by Jason Arce (Blood Orange, Kirk Franklin) this song offers something for anyone who likes jazz, r and b, or hip hop.

We think SoulTrackers are going to fall for this 4 and ½ minute amalgamation of styles just as we did. Check out “Love Therapy” below and tell us what you think.

 

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