The new upbeat contemporary jazz song from acclaimed jazz guitarist Todd Mosby, the playfully-titled “Place In The Sun,“ exudes the transcendent feeling of being in such beautiful natural environs—creates a sense of spirituality and joyous mystery.
The song features many musical keepsakes from Mosby’s musical journey, including dreamy Sérgio Mendes-style female vocals, a funk band Motown-like groove and rhythm section, and 1970’s jazz fusion musicality with Todd’s lyrical but dexterous guitar playing.
Todd Mosby is a musical storyteller and a landscape artist. His latest single from the soon to be released album, Land of Enchantment, is a gorgeous sonic look at the visual, emotive, spiritual interactions Mosby experiences within the New Mexico borders. This tune also pays melodic homage to Tom Scott’s “Tom Cat™ album which was an early inspiration.
A-list musicians include: drummer Vinnie Colaiuta, saxophone/aerophone Tom Scott, bassist Rhonda Smith, keyboard/synth Dapo Torimiro, vocalist Laura VaII, two-time Grammy winning producer Jeff Weber, and Emmy and Grammy-winning engineer Clark Germain.