|VARIOUS ARTISTS, YOGA REVOLUTION Volume I|
|YOGA REVOLUTION VOLUME I: The first
compilation CD produced by Frank for his new Yoga
series features an incredible mix of songs by international recording
artists, all brought together to help support yoga and fitness
programs for youth. Artists include Sting, Anoushka Shankar, Sheryl
Crow, Peter Gabriel, Angelique Kidjo, Ziggy Marley, Donna De Lory,
Michael Franti, Sara McLachlan, Krishna Das.
“Bathe In These Waters” (Earthtones Mix) featuring Donna De Lory
“I Am” Guru Singh featuring Seal
|Sasha & Shawna, Siren|
|BLUE NOTE/ANGEL COLLABORATION WITH PETER
ASHER: Frank produced songs for the new Classical-Crossover
Duet project SIREN for Angel/EMI
records along with renowned Executive Producer Peter Asher. The
album, released in 2007, was a top-priority
release for the label, along with Sarah Brightman and Nora Jones.
"Fields of Gold" featuring Sasha & Shawna
|Jordan Pruitt, No Ordinary Girl|
|NO ORDINARY GIRL: Frank’s
song, “Jump to the Rhythm” is featured on Jordan Pruitt’s
debut release on Hollywood Records, No Ordinary
Girl. There is a music video for the song, featuring Jordan
and clips from the Disney film, Jump In!
Jordan is already becoming a household name among teens, having
opened for both the High School Musical and Cheetah Girls concert
"Jump to the Rhythm" featuring Jordan Pruitt
|Sasha Lazard, The Myth Continues|
|THE MYTH CONTINUES: Frank Fitzpatrick
is the executive producer for dance-opera diva Sasha Lazard's long-awaited
follow up to the Myth of Red CD.
Frank also produced and wrote much of the material on the album.
The original Myth of Red, also produced
by Fitzpatrick, reached #13 on Billboard's Classical Crossover Charts
and had 2 charting Dance Hot Pick's (the Delerium remix of Frank's
first single "Awakening" and his collaboration with DJ
Spooky "Battle of Erishkigal").
"All Through the Night" featuring Sasha Lazard
|Scenes in Jazz|
|SCENES IN JAZZ: Frank is producing
a jazz album of his original songs and film themes. The band includes
Mitch Forman (piano), Dave Carpenter (Bass), Joel Taylor (drums)
and John Fumo (trumpet) and current featured singers so far include
Marla Gibbs, Spanky Wilson, John Proulx and Lina.
"That Rainy Day" featuring Spanky Wilson
|HIDDEN FACES, A Mad World - The Best of Hidden Faces|
|MAD WORLD is Hidden Faces' first
official release since the group disbanded in the late '90s, as
well as the only available collection of these classic recordings.
The songs, produced by Fitzpatrick and co-written with other members,
feature performances by David Kitay, Simon Franglen, Chuck Wild,
Chad Wackerman, Byron Miller and Fitzpatrick himself. All vocals
are by Hidden Face's singers Michael Young, Roger Burn and Anedra
Shockley. MAD WORLD is a true collector's item for fans of Hidden
Faces or simply lovers
of great R&B and Rock.
"Mad World" featuring Hidden Faces
"Gravity" featuring Hidden Faces
|Hip Hop Connect, Fade to Black|
|The first in a series of compilation CD’s from writer/producer
Frank Fitzpatrick and Hip Hop Connect partner Jorge Corante features
some the best singers and MC’s in independent Hip Hop. Check
out the club banger "Nasty Girl" or the soulful voice
of Jazz (Dru Hill) on "Friendship Is Da Bomb" (a throwback
of Whodini's classic "Friends" featuring Tre of the Pharcyde),
For inspiring lyrics and a radio-ready hook (feat, Neo-Soul Diva
Lina), listen to Braile Method's "Hear My Cry". Atlanta-born
singer/MC Kebyar navigates seamlessly, with his own personal flavor
of Rap and Soul on "Foxy Dame" and "Flippin' My Style."
"Hear My Cry" featuring Braile Method
|Sasha Lazard, The Myth of Red|
|Sasha Lazard’s debut album, The
Myth of Red, guest stars DJ Spooky, Lily Hayden, Delerium,
and Minge Binge. The single, “Awakening” hit #3 on the
Billboard Hot Club Charts and the album reached #13 on the Classical
Crossover Charts. Writer/Producer Frank Fitzpatrick pioneers a new
musical fusion of classical art songs, Russian folk tunes and contemporary
electronic beats. Billboard says the Awakening single is “tailor-made
for dance floor action.”
"Awakening" featuring Sasha Lazard
|EEDay, Rise Up|
|The debut record from the former leader of the reggae band Urban
Fire is immediately accessible and radio friendly, while remaining
true to both the roots and the street. Fronting Urban Fire, EEDAY
performed to sold-out houses throughout Southern California. EEDAY
still commands the audience, whether in the Marley style soul of
"Rise Up," the R&B crossover flair of "I Can't
Stop Thinking About You," or the Euro-dance/ska beat of "I
Fell In Love Too Late." He is one of the few artists who has
been able to successfully combine a smooth lyrical singing style
with original rap and toast. He is now ready to tackle the nation
and has already received airplay on KROQ, KSBR and KCRW as well
as been featured in the soundtracks to the films Breaking the
Rules, Jamaica Beat, In Too Deep and the upcoming
Alan Rudolph movie, Sandcastle.
"Rise Up" featuring Eeday
"Move Your Feet" featuring Eeday
|Frank Fitzpatrick, New Standards: Ballads For Solo Piano|
|An intimate and moving collection of original ballads by composer/producer
Frank Fitzpatrick written in the style of the great standards of
the early 40's (Jerome Kern, Cole Porter, etc.) and performed on
solo piano by jazz great Mitchell Forman (Mahavishnu Orchestra,
Chick Corea). Already receiving unanimous applause from critics,
selections from the album have been featured in The Larry Sanders
Show, Bad Company and the upcoming film Stanley's Gig.
Guaranteed to satisfy even the most critical listener.
"Until Tonight" performed by Mitchell Forman
|Hidden Faces, Pictures in the Dark|
|A collection of instrumental excerpts from previous soundtracks
and scores, along with new recordings (available only on this CD),
from the group Hidden Faces. Features the radio single, "Concrete
Jungle." Previously unreleased soundtrack cuts from Hidden
Faces scores to Friday, Under the Hula Moon, and
Highway to Hell, plus the DT remix of "Without Words."
A great compilation of Hidden Faces music from 1995 - 1997. This
is a limited edition collectors special.
"Without Words" featuring Hidden Faces