Paul Hardcastle Comes BACK With A New Track Feat. Marvin Gaye!! | New Album "VI" Coming June 2011!

Check out new track featuring Marvin Gaye from the upcoming Paul Hardcastle CD, "VI"!!!



After a great deal of time and matter spent, Jazz master Paul Hardcastle FINALLY gain the approval for this next recording we are sure will knock your socks off!

Coming very soon (June 2011) to a retail store near you is the 6th project from the critically acclaimed jazz artist and his endeavor "The Jazzmasters" appropriately titled, "VI". And on this new deal comes a special track for the ages: A mix entitled, "Rainforest/What's Going On" featuring Soul Music Legend Marvin Gaye!!! Check the video below T.U.M.S. Readers...

There's no doubt in our mind that you will turn this one up! Get your groove on to this! Mark your calendars for the new release!

~ Marvin Dickey/The Urban Music Scene.com

Update (4/9/11): We have Maxine Hardcastle doing Backing vocals and Sax is Rock Hendricks...Enjoy!

 

 

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  • 4/9/2011 11:52 AM Charles F Sherard wrote:
    DANG!!

    Wooo man! Paul, you 'Got Down' on this one my brother. I love the throwback to your old signature 'Rainforest' and the addition on the sax. But to add Marvin Gaye's voice sealed the deal. Can't wait for the new album Paul! Go T.U.M.S.!! And you too Marvin! Whats up man?
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    1. 4/9/2011 12:06 PM Anonymous wrote:
      ahhh nothing just chillin and looking for new grooves like this one. get a chance subscribe to his newsletter, and the sax player is his son paul jr.
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      1. 4/10/2011 8:17 AM Terrill wrote:
        Actually Gentlemen, the sax artist is Rock Hendricks and the vocals is provided by Paul's wife, Maxine Hardcastle.

        This is a great track. 'Rainforest' was always one of my fav's from Paul. It just goes to show you that great music stands the test of time.

        T
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        1. 4/17/2011 11:10 AM Jayne wrote:
          Maxine is actually his daughter!!! Absolutely fab track Paul.... another one for the collection!! Can't wait till June....
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          1. 4/17/2011 2:03 PM Terrill wrote:
            Oopps!!

            I need to slow down at times when I type! Ha! And you know, I KNEW Maxine is his daughter. Thanks for the correction. And thanks for stopping by!
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  • 4/9/2011 6:05 PM D Mo' wrote:
    Man this a sick piece of work, Paul has the changed the recipe.
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  • 4/17/2011 6:06 AM penda Childrey-Sahara wrote:
    I will be adding your new cd to my Paul Hardcasle collection in June..Thank u for ur mini samples..I absolutely love how u made Marvin's spirit come alive...
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  • 4/17/2011 11:30 AM JACKSON wrote:
    WHAT A TUNE !!  OFF THE THE WALL BABY.......
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  • 4/19/2011 2:40 PM Kalee wrote:
    No Dude the SAX is not only the cool but its Rock Hendricks
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  • 4/19/2011 3:22 PM ilene wrote:
    AN EX I SAY EX BOYFRIEND OF 10 YEARS INTRODUCED ME TO YOUR MUSIC 15 YEARS AGO.... THAT WAS ONE GREAT THING HE WAS GOOD FOR. I LOOK FORWARD TO JUNE FOR YOUR NEW RECORDING . LOVE THIS SAMPLE
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  • 4/21/2011 7:58 AM Sarah wrote:
    Not really related to this post but in the spirit of our love for great music,

    New York's answer to modern radio....

    http://newyorkknowsbest.wordpress.com/2011/04/20/i-heard-it-through-the-grapevine/

    A great little piece about people pushing musical boundaries
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  • 5/19/2011 7:26 AM peter dodds wrote:
    Hi,pure magic what a trak and done so subtly to blend effortlessly with marvin gay singing.i am looking forward to more contributions from paul's son on sax and more singing from his daughter this has got the makings of A very special chemistry.love&peace from pete dodds.
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  • 5/24/2011 10:31 AM Helen Jmaes wrote:
    What an amazing track, i first heard it on smooth fm, can wait for June to buy the album.
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