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Caveman Boogie

  

 
A worthy comptetitor to Patrice Rushen among female jazz-funk musicians, Lesette Wilson remains unfairly lost to obscurity.  Trained by Milton Hamilton ("My Love Supreme"), the multi-talented keyboardist gained her chops performing with Roy Ayers and Tom Browne, playing on such jams as "Funkin For Jamaica" and "Africa Centre of the World."  She parlayed these appearances into a solo deal with the independent Headfirst Records, where she recorded the awesome "Caveman Boogie" in 1981.  The song sank without a trace, only to resurface on an edition of Mastercuts Rare Groove series.  Choosing to remain in the background while working with Melisa Morgan and Bobbi Humphrey, Wilson released the Livin' In The Zone album in 2001.

Visit Lesette Wilson at www.lesettewilson.com.

Lesette Wilson's Deepest Grooves

Now That I've Got Your Attention (Headfirst, 1981)
Quality fusion release highlighted by "Caveman Boogie" and her version of "Ai No Corrida." 

Unmasked (Atlantic, 1993)

Livin' In The Zone (N2K, 2001)

"Sunshine" - Ray Roc (In House, 2001)

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