PHARAOH'S DREAM (ft. David Nathan & Tyler McCrary): Sunny

Pharaoh's Dream-Sunny

Nefer Music International presents the latest digital release by smooth jazz/soul recording group Pharaoh's Dream featuring David Nathan and producer/songwriter Tyler McCrary, a jazz'n'reggae-styled cover of the 1966 pop/soul classic "Sunny" (originally written and recorded by Bobby Hebb).

The new track - produced virtually with Tyler in Los Angeles and David in London - is an inter-generational creation. Recalls David, "Earlier in the year, I knew I wanted to create a new take on the song, "Sunny" which has been a longtime personal favourite.  I reached out to Tyler through my connection with his mother Tammy, the music industry veteran who has worked in artist management (with Chaka Khan) and is the founder of Artistology.  We set up a virtual recording session during the pandemic - and I am thrilled with the result!"  

The August 2021 release is the follow-up to Pharaoh's Dream's successful digital release, "Follow" which features David on vocals and famed saxophonist/flautist Najee.  

SPOTIFY LINK

iTUNES LINK

CREDITS:

Produced and arranged by Tyler McCrary

Lead vocals: David Nathan

All instruments and background vocals:  Tyler McCrary

"Sunny," written by Bobby Hebb, published by Campbell Connelly And Co. Ltd

Cover art & design: Roger Williams

(P) & (C)  2021, Nefer Music International

Artist Name

Read More

Keith Bernstein/Redferns
2021 Introduction: A semi-finalist for induction into The SoulMusic Hall Of Fame in the category ‘R&B Pioneer,’ Lenny Williams came to the attention of record buyers and audiences as the ‘voice’ behind hits by Tower Of Power such as “So Very Hard To Go” and “What Is Hip?” His solo career took a few years to jumpstart and by 1977, Lenny was riding a hit wave with “Choosing You” as he explained to David Nathan…
article column overlay
Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images
We mark the August 16, 2018 passing of Aretha Franklin, the undisputed ‘Queen Of Soul’ with this seldom-seen interview that occurred spontaneously and unexpectedly one summer evening in 1977 when Aretha called from Encino, California to share with David Nathan in New York about her then-new album “Sweet Passion” and more,…
article column overlay
Ross Marino/Getty Images
The singer made chart history on June 27, 1987.
article column overlay

Facebook Comments