BIOGRAPHY OF MOUZON (aka ALPHONSE PHILIPPE MOUZON). Alphonse Philippe Mouzon, aka rapper MOUZON, was born on June 12th in Los Angeles, CA to attorney Linda LedesmaMouzon and legendary jazzfunk musician/composer Alphonse Mouzon. THE MAIN ATTRACTION is the awesome debut CD from the hottest new rapper around. MOUZON wrote all of the lyrics on the CD, while his 13 year–old sister Emma Alexandra Mouzon sang on 7 songs; Philippine singer Sharon Tanyag sang on two songs and his dad Alphonse Mouzon, Sr. composed, arranged, sang, performed on all of the instruments and produced the music. THE MAIN ATTRACTION was mixed and mastered by fame engineer Michael Vail Blum (Madonna, Michael Jackson, Kenny Loggins, Pink Floyd, Roger Daltrey, Kelly Clarkson, etc).
Alphonse Lee Mouzon (November 21, 1948 – December 25, 2016) was an American jazz fusion drummer and the owner of Tenacious Records, a label that primarily released Mouzon's recordings. He was a composer, arranger, producer, and actor. He gained popularity in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Mouzon, of African, French, and Blackfoot indian descent, was born on November 21, 1948, in Charleston, South Carolina.
2. When Will I See You Again. 3. Why You Look So Sad. Alphonse Mouzon. 4. Are You Feeling Me. 5. Shake It. 6. You Been Hatin' On Me. 9. Whose Laughing Now. 10.
ALPHONSE MOUZON also teaches drums at THE ALPHONSE MOUZON INTERNATIONAL PRIVATE DRUM SCHOOL in Northridge, CA. Tel: 818-368-6479. See ALPHONSE MOUZON along with actor TOM HANKS in the 1996 film "THAT THING YOU DO". ALPHONSE is acting and playing drums. He also composed the music score for the Blue Spot jazz club scene, in which he plays a smoking drums solo. The acoustic piano melody and solo on "Blue Spot" were also performed (off camera) by Alphonse Mouzon. Alphonse and his kids released on 2010, a jazz-funk, hip-hop CD call entitled THE MAIN ATTRACTION by his oldest son/Rapper MOUZON (aka Alphonse Philippe Mouzon (Lethal Weapon) featuring ALPHONSE MOUZON on drums, trumpet, keyboards, bass, guitars along with his daughter pop singer Emma Alexandra Mouzon and Filipino pop singer Sharon T.
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Alphonse Lee Mouzon (November 21, 1948 – December 25, 2016) was an American jazz fusion drummer and the owner of Tenacious Records, a label that primarily releases Mouzon's recordings. He was a composer, arranger, producer and actor. Mouzon performed with many prominent jazz-fusion musicians. In 1991, he performed with Miles Davis on the movie soundtrack album entitled "Dingo". Mouzon composed the song "The Blue Spot" for the jazz club scene and appeared as an actor and drummer in the Tom Hanks-directed film, That Thing You Do in 1996. Alphonse Mouzon played the role of "Miles" in the film The Highlife, which was exhibited at a film festival in Houston in 2003. The Main Attraction (2010).
Originally released in 1978, it was the fourth-and finest-jazz-rock set the drummer recorded for the label. During the 1970s, his first decade on record, Mouzon moved effortlessly between acoustic jazz, jazz-funk and jazz-rock. He recorded frequently with McCoy Tyner's acoustic bands on the Milestone label in early and mid decade, while simultaneously making a series of jazz-funk albums under his own name for Blue Note. Drummer and bassist are both prominent in the music, but Mouzon only solos on two tracks and Vitous on one.