Spiritual Rez✦2016✦Setting in the West-Жанр:Reggae-Rock, Funk-Rock Страна исполнителя (группы):USA (Boston, Massachusetts) Лейбл:Spiritual Rez / CDbaby Дата релиза:Oct 07, 2016 Продолжительность:00:36:30 Аудиокодек, тип рипа, битрейт аудио:MP3(tracks),CBR 320 kbps-Треклист: 01. Sober(03:58) 02. Red Room (feat. Duddy B) (03:01) 03. Together Always (feat. Hirie)(03:56) 04. Bad Girl (feat. Billy Kottage) (03:32) 05. Square Grouper (03:44) 06. Blue Faces (03:35) 07. Whiskey (03:56) 08. Tidal Wave (03:13) 09. Surface Tension (03:47) 10. Digital Age (03:48)- http://www.spiritualrez.com/ http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/SPIRITUALREZ Spiritual Rez - The Nexus - 2010, MP3, 320 kbps
Instrumentation Toft Willingham - Guitar/Lead Vocals Jesse Shaternick - Bass/Vocals Ian "Meat" Miller - Drums Mohamed Araki - Keyboards Quinn Carson - Trombone/Vocals Julian Dessler - Trumpet/Vocals Discography Apocalypse Whenever, 2014 The Nexus, 2010 Rising In The East, 2006 Self Titled, 2004 http://upstatemusicandfood.com/spiritual-rez-setting-in-the-west-cd-review/ Setting in the West, the new album from Boston’s Spiritual Rez, is everything you would expect from the Reggae-Funk maestros. They have once again concocted an uplifting, danceable gumbo of various musical elements. Working with co-producer, Max Collins (Eve 6), the band continues to fortify their already well established sound by once again blending Reggae, Pop, and Funk into one amalgam of sound induced positivity. The album’s first half is really a showcase of the band’s archetypal sound. The horn section comprised of trumpet player Julian Dessler and trombonist Quinn Carson alternate between offering lead melody and background texture from track to track. Whether dominating the forefront on the Ska tinged “Bad Girl” or adding additional color to slow burner “Sober”, the duo assault the listener with their presence. Their playing recalls that of everyone from Ska pioneers Toots and the Maytals to modern day torch bearers such as Goldfinger and Reel Big Fish. However, they are only half of the group’s core nucleus. The other belongs to vocalist Toft Willingham’s trademark croon. Sounding at times like Sublime’s late Bradley Nowell, his vocals are incredibly instrumental in evoking the band’s Reggae party vibe. He masterfully switches from strong and brooding, to saccharin sweet throughout the album’s duration, sometimes within the same song. “Together Always,” a duet featuring globe-trotting songstress Hirie, is a perfect example. The pair use vocal dynamics to create a melody so infectious that you will need antibiotics to get it out of your system.
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