Vince started his career with Texas-based jazz/fusion group, 12:30pm
Band. Although the band garnered favorable reviews in and around
northern Texas and southern Oklahoma while receiving radio airplay
throughout the Midwest, as well as in New York and Philadelphia the
great break-through was not be long in coming. There is no doubt that
Michael has a great talent as writer and performer. But it's a hard
time today's and one has to know the regular fellows to receive the
golden popularity. Michael was lucky enough to met rainmaker Paul
Brown. So the story begins here and now.
recently published his debut album "Michael Vince". Two
tunes on this album "Slow and Easy" and "After
Hours" are produced by Paul Brown.
played in the first three tracks on this album as
multi-instrumentalist (guitars, bass, keyboards & programming).
The album starts with Back In The Day,
a slow laid-back tune. Michael is an excellent writer and performer
cause the melody has an addictive power. Michael is placing all tones
He also knows the
magic of a hooking melody as he proofed with Serenade.
He often uses the possibilities of overdubbing to add a second guitar
sound to the first. In this way he weaves solo elements in the pure
On the uptempo A
Love Like This he showcases his mastery on quick passages
without neglecting the melodious part. The distortion sound in the
second half of the song gives the melody the right raw kick.
& Easy is featuring Paul Brown on guitar (and
additional keys & programming) and Anthony Long on tenor sax. The
title says it all.
Hours Michael is supported by Paul Brown (guitar,
percussion) and Roberto Vally (bass). When one listens to both
guitars it's understandable that Michael
contributed a tune to Paul
Brown's third and up-coming album release due out in 2007. Michael
wrote and arranged the tune and also performed the drum programming
and keyboards for the track.
album is perfect smooth jazz, a touching resource of new ideas.