MP3 Pico~ El - The World (special Edition)
Social conscious spiritual writer
13 MP3 Songs
LATIN: Latin Pop, URBAN/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover
https://www.tradebit.comaultIII Gemini,born in Port-au- Prince,Haiti.
Growing up within a culture where the music echoe''s the
very essence of life''s daily experince,"Pico~El" exhibited
an impressive talent as a musician and vocalist at an early age.
Pico~El came to the United States in the mid-60''s where he
performed in variety shows at school and and his local
https://www.tradebit.com picked up the bass guitar at the age of 14 and
and was taught clasically by William Cabeche who quickly
became is https://www.tradebit.com the age of 16,they formed a band called Espresso,Pico~El on bass,William Cabeche on guitar,Leslie
Picault on https://www.tradebit.comresso ended up being a six member group,
with Pico~El as lead and bass player.
Pico~el''s talent was further refined when he started to write his own https://www.tradebit.com band,Espresso,performed at
local bars in the New York Tri-State area at private
functions,wedding receptions and participated in many
public concerts for multi-cultural musicians in New York
During a recording session at Media-Sounds,in New York City,
Mark Milchman and Bob Tishman discovered and produced the
work of https://www.tradebit.com band played its original material,
written mostly by Pico~El and Cabeche forming a new sound
that Pico~El and Cabeche dubbeb"Kompa-rock."Their repetoire
also included R&B ,Raggae and Jazz pieces,keeping the flavor
of his Caribbean roots vibrant.
Espresso was picked-up by a major label company through the efforts of its producers,https://www.tradebit.comchman and B. Tishman.
due to artistic differences,however,the band split before
the recording was completed.
Pico~El continued to write and performed as a soloist until
1988 when he formed a new bad,Aliens,a five-member group.
Pico~El wrote new material for Alien,adding new songs with
Salsa nuances. They performed mainly in the Village, in Manhattan''s lower East Side and had a loyal following. They too had a recording contract with Errol Graves, as producer, in Queens, New York. The band split-up when a few of its members moved away.
Pico~El, undaunted in his pursuit as a musician, continued to perform solo. He returned to the recording studio to reproduce on track material and added new ones to his already rich library of songs with his friend and fellow musician, Edward Richard. In 1999, they collaborated to establish a new recording studio, https://www.tradebit.comords Co., which he later changed to "Most High Records International Company" based in Queens, New York. They also produced for other artists and are developing new material for their own recordings.
In June 2000, Pico~El performed at a benefit in Washington, D.C. where he received rave reviews and more promising offers. His refrains include lyrics in many languages; English, French, Spanish, Cre`ole, etc. His style is rich with images that reflect his Caribbean experiences, blended with R&B sounds that he captured so well from his days in America.
Pico~El takes pride in his artistry, he considers himself a social-conscious and spriritual writer, and his talent prevails. He reveals his sensitivity to the social realities of the day through his songs, "This Thing Call Life", "Work" and "The World". And, the tender side of his heart is warmly expressed in "Everlasting Love". The lyrics from the song "America" came to me through the power of God,
with no sheet of paper involved, this in itself confirmed to me just how powerful He(God) really is!
Pico~El''s goal is to keep writing music in the hope that his message is heeard all over the world, "by the power of God."
Pico~El is here to stay! As he likes to say and he definitely deserves a closer listen, as he speaks us all.
"The Annointed One", Pico~El....