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Miles Davis and his guitarist Randy Hall both won Grammys for Davis' "The Man With the Horn". Hall just released his new hot single "A New Way of Love" on Spotify and YouTube

Listen to ďA New Way of LoveĒ On Spotify!

Randy is notoriously known for his role in Miles Davis' classic 1981 comeback song "The Man with The Horn" and from his own Top 20 R&B hit "I've Been Watching You". The release of The Man With the Horn gave Hall a lot of exposure and as a result of his singing on the title track, he was invited to join the soul/funk band Pleasure.

The new smooth jazz song shines a very bright light on Hallís soulful roots and surprisingly, highlights his great producing skills. The sexy new single includes supremely pocketed beats, bass and ambient guitar blended cohesively with harmonious female backing vocals. All of these layers pave the way for the soulfully swaggering lead vocals by Randy Hall himself.

Check out the ďA New Way Of LoveĒ Video on YouTube!

As a Grammy Award Winning Artist, Hall has been wowing audiences for decades now. Hall has worked and toured with some of the biggest names in black music such as: Miles Davis, Diana Ross, Ray Parker Jr., Phil Perry and the Jacksons to name a few. The Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist/Producer is a true Musicianís Musician.

When Hallís not taking center stage heís been known to write, produce and collaborate with artists such as: the Commodores, Ramsey Lewis, Leon Ware, Roberta Flack, Jeffrey Osborne and Kevin Lewis.
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