Fertile Ground - Remixes '01 album download
Profile: American nu-jazz group, based in Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
When Baltimore's finest soul/jazz ensemble, Fertile Ground, signed to Counterpoint Records back in the winter of 2001 and released their classic "Perception" album, the response from DJ's, critics, and music heads alike was a resounding "yeah". The follow up album, "Seasons Change", was an even greater achievement, winning plaudits from a growing tribe of dedicated fans all over the world.
Fertile Ground is an American soul jazz band led by James H. Collins Jr. The group was founded in Baltimore, Maryland and is based in Atlanta, Georgia. James Collins founded Fertile Ground in 1998 as a three-piece band with vocalist Navasha Daya and Drummer Marcus Asante. The band represented soulful song writing over world rhythms. By 1999, the band added percussionist Ekendra Das, veteran trumpet player Freddie Dunn and woodwind virtuoso Craig D. Alston.
Fertile Ground's music has been featured on 14 episodes. In 1997 a dynamic young music trio rose out of Baltimore and became one of the world's most successful independent acts in soul/jazz music. Fertile Ground's music has been featured on 14 episodes. Founded by sician James Collins, Cleveland diva Navasha Daya, and the drummer Marcus Asante, Fertile Ground became a staple of the independent soul circuit and has toured extensively throughout the world. com, Fertile Ground has released five albums, ten singles/EPs, and one compilation album
Fertile Ground: listen and download Kalyani & Colleen Buckman, Mark Murphy - Fertile Ground, Kalyani & Colleen Buckman, Mark Murphy - Insh'allah, Michael Waters - Harris County Fire, Michael Waters - Great Big Love & more. Can't Stop Thinking 04:16. The Last Thing 05:03. The Devil Made Me Do It 04:41. All songs from Fertile Ground, 2003.