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Paul Randolph

Paul Randolph

Paul Randolph


Born in Philadelphia, Randolph began his musical journey in Sao Paolo, Brasil at age six where his father, also a musician, was living and working as an engineer. He spent his teenage years in Detroit where his ability to play a wide-range of music from jazz to funk to folk and all points in between lead to Paul sitting in on sessions with artists as varied and esteemed as P-Funk, War, Brian Setzer and Buddy Guy. He has since gone on to lend his undeniably Read more on Last.fm
Born in Philadelphia, Randolph began his musical journey in Sao Paolo, Brasil at age six where his father, also a musician, was living and working as an engineer. He spent his teenage years in Detroit where his ability to play a wide-range of music from jazz to funk to folk and all points in between lead to Paul sitting in on sessions with artists as varied and esteemed as P-Funk, War, Brian Setzer and Buddy Guy. He has since gone on to lend his undeniably slick bass grooves and deep baritone tones to projects with Detroit luminaries such as Kenny Dixon Jr., 'Mad' Mike Banks, Recloose and Kevin Saunderson, while at the same time finding the time to produce one of the standout records of 2005, the superb 'This Is...What It Is' on Mahogani. His new record, 'Lonely Eden' is due out soon on Chicago's Still Music and is filled with stand-out tracks such as the sublime 'Believer' and the mesmerizing 'Earth 2 God'.

It looks like 'Lonely Eden' will firmly cement Randolph as one of the great talents of our time. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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