Brian Culbertson – Dreams

Released in July of 2012, Dreams , is a slow jam record full of romantic late night grooves featuring seven instrumentals and three vocal collaborations including performances by Vivian Green on the hit single, “Still Here”, Noel Gourdin on the current hit single, “You’re My Music”, and Stokley Williams from Mint Condition on “No Limits.” Also features “Your Smile” and “Later Tonight.” This record was nominated for both an NAACP Image Award and a Soul Train Award in 2012 and debuted at #1 on the Billboard Jazz Charts.

Brian Culbertson – Dreams

In the gentle lull of sleep, we re often enraptured in a vivid sequence of thoughts, images, and sensations. A lifelike realm where radiant colors, sounds, and illusions intersect, creating the most vibrant experience. This spring, prolific R&B/Jazz musician Brian Culbertson invites you to close your eyes, open your ears, and fall deep into a lush world of musical fantasy with his breathtaking thirteenth album Dreams. With the help of lauded guest vocalists Noel Gourdin, Vivian Green, and Stokley Williams of Mint Condition, Dreams masterfully melds jazz sensibility with an R&B flair in a wondrous mélange of enchanting grooves.

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Last summer, I just started having these really vivid dreams, Culbertson says. I started waking up inspired to get into the studio and write songs. Songs that made me feel like those dreams. It s really strange for me, because I ve never written songs about being inspired by dreams. That s why this record is quite different.

Having worked with an array of stellar R&B artists such as Faith Evans, Ledisi, Brian McKnight, Kenny Lattimore, and Avant on his past albums, Brian forges full steam ahead in that tradition on Dreams. Brian brought together a group of “who’s who” in music including: R&B producer and longtime collaborator and arranger Rex Rideout (Angie Stone, Ledisi, Luther Vandross, Lalah Hathaway, Will Downing, Kem); four of R&B s top session players to help round out the sound – bassist Alex Al (Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Quincy Jones); and guitarists Michael Thompson (Babyface, Toni Braxton), Rob Bacon (Beyonce, Raphael Saadiq), and John Jubu Smith (Frankie Beverly & Maze, Whitney Houston).

The result is a stunning collection of 10 mesmerizing tunes, including the extraordinary lead Urban Adult Contemporary single Still Here – featuring the soulful rapture of Vivian Green. Co-written by Green, the song tells the passionate tale of how taking a risk on love can have a happy ending. Sometimes your past experiences and all your friends are telling you to stay away from someone because it seems too good to be true, explains Brian. But there s something different about this person. Almost like you ve met before in a dream. Because of this, you have a strong feeling that it will work out so you go with it and amazingly, they turn out to be the one. Still Here will also be the first music video from Dreams.

Tracklist:

01. Brian Culbertson – Later Tonight.mp3
02. Brian Culbertson – No Limits (feat. Stokley Williams).mp3
03. Brian Culbertson – Your Smile.mp3
04. Brian Culbertson – Still Here (feat. Vivian Green).mp3
05. Brian Culbertson – In the City.mp3
06. Brian Culbertson – You’re My Music (feat. Noel Gourdin).mp3
07. Brian Culbertson – Dreams.mp3
08. Brian Culbertson – Madelena.mp3
09. Brian Culbertson – Lights Off.mp3
10. Brian Culbertson – The Journey.mp3

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Brian Culbertson (born January 12, 1973) is an American contemporary jazz/R&B/funk musician, instrumentalist, producer and performer from Decatur, Illinois, United States. His instruments include the synthesizer, piano, trombone, drums, bass, trumpet, euphonium and percussion.

Culbertson has received numerous awards including a 2012 NAACP Image Award nomination for Best Jazz Album; 2012 Soul Train Award nomination for Best Contemporary Jazz Artist; Winning Six (6) 2011 Oasis Smooth Jazz Awards for Best Entertainer, Best Album “XII”, Best Song “That’s Life”, Best Keyboardist, Best Male Artist and Best Collaboration “w/Earl Klugh”; 2010 Canadian Smooth Jazz Award for Best International Artist; 2010 American Smooth Jazz Award for Best Keyboardist; 2005 ASYM All That Jazz Award; 2001 National Smooth Jazz Award for Best Keyboardist.

Even though Brian Culbertson might be categorized as jazz lite, his music has enough “oomph” to keep you interested. The talented composer, arranger, keyboardist, and trombonist displayed a talent beyond his years at an early age, and credits his dad with helping him develop an ear for the type of music he makes.

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