Eddie “Sea” Caldwell
Eddie Sea has released an album that reflects his memories of his Childhood through adult years in the tough, but elegant streets of Chicago. For years Eddie “Sea” has been serenading the world with the Underground G-funk legendary rapper Swolts. Producing 6 CDs. Now he’s embraced the world with his series of compilation albums the latest being “The Velvet Lounge” Which is the follow up to the classic album “Moon City”.
The album, “Velvet Lounge”, consists of fourteen original songs written and produced by Eddie Sea, each providing a combination his high-energy production, melodious vocals and heartfelt lyrics. Several singers and musicians perform these hypnotic, organic, and beautiful works of art. “Velvet Lounge” reflects the same sounds and images when music was engaging with real passion of the 70’s. Great stories combined with real life events that meld together with real singers and seasoned musicians. This Album is a collection of songs from different genres, which Eddie “Sea” has written and assembled some of the world’s great talents to sing and play on it. Recorded in his home studio “Diamond Atmosphere” “Velvet Lounge” has that home grown Chicago magic. This is witnessed in the form of the great V Jay and Chess records. With relatively all live instruments from flutes to sitars, “Velvet Lounge” gives is the route to enjoy an alternative to the mainstream and current radio play list. All of the songs send messages that will reach anyone from a child to a person in their senior years. Eddie writes for the soul.
Eddie “Sea” says “We have to get music back to how music was in the 70’s when people had passion about listening to their favorite artist, it was a blood sweat, and tears era. And that’s what I intend to do. This album is a reflection of my influences over the years and the changes that I’ve experienced recently in my life. Beautiful stories witnessed on “Images (acoustic piano song)” to the Soul Rock Controversial “ Hurricane” to Summer Anthems “It’s That feeling” and “So Alive” And the epic duet Sly Stone influenced,“Superstar” with bassist Aaron Mills from the funk group Cameo singing and playing.
Velvet Lounge is an album you can’t afford to leave on the shelf! Eddie “Sea” has written and created for the world’s inner soul. If you enjoy Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan, John Legend, Michael Jackson, Minnie Riperton, Sly Stone, Tupac Shakur, Erika Badu, Lenny Kravitz, Robin Thicke, this is the album for you. “Velvet Lounge” has elements of Neo-Soul, R&B, Soul Rock, Latin, Acoustic, Funk, Hip Hop, and World Music all fused into one organic masterpiece.
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