(Swing,Jazz Vocal,Blues) The Indigo Kings - Against A Brick Wall - 2012, MP3, 320

(Swing,Jazz Vocal,Blues) The Indigo Kings - Against A Brick Wall - 2012, MP3, 320
The Indigo Kings / Against A Brick Wall
Жанр: Swing,Jazz Vocal,Blues Год издания: 2012 Аудиокодек: MP3Тип рипа: tracksБитрейт аудио: 320 kbpsПродолжительность: 00:58:55 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: нет
1. Honey 2. Do Right By Me 3. Room At The Top 4. I'll Get Used To You 5. How Can It Be True 6. Mr Wonderful 7. Make Love To Me 8. The Word Love 9. Tonight 10. Good - To Be Bad 11. Junk Life Daylight 12. Lover
Об исполнителе (группе)
The Indigo Kings play original jazzy blues and are based in Gloucestershire/Worcestershire, UK
The Indigo Kings was formed in early 2011 by the band’s bass player and lyrical mastermind, Carl, with
nothing but a 'war & peace'-sized catalogue of scribbled words about heartache and desire and an
empty barn with a resident polystyrene alligator.
Fast forward to 2013 and the 7-piece band plays original ‘vintage pop’ inspired by the jazz, blues and
swing beats of yesteryear. Sweet and saucy harmony vocals meet with gritty lyrics to tell stories of life
and love, whilst smooth sax is woven together with jazz piano to create a foot
tapping vintage yet modern sound that sits somewhere in the melodic haze between Duke Ellington,
Caro Emerald and Paloma Faith.
The Indigo Kings play a tantalising mix of original jazz, blues and swing, and blend it with old school nostalgia to form ‘vintage pop’ songs that will have your feet tapping and your head swaying. The swinging piano, soulful blues guitar, roaring sax and delicious dual harmony vocals confirm that the music of yesteryear is back, reinvented and here to stay!
Об альбоме (сборнике)
"It sounds...‘goodtime swing’ on first playing, with some smooth harmonies and tight ensemble playing. The main vocalist has a sometime Billie Holiday feel, the sax of Emma Stone is mellow and inventive and O’Connell’s lead guitar adds blues...while the stomping piano is pure jazz. It’s all a bit doo-wop, Andrews Sisters even...I bet they put on a great live gig" - Blues Matters Magazine
"Working both individually and in tandem, Boucher and Cole attack [the songs] with verve and swagger, giving the record much of it's distinctive character. In accompaniment, Martin Howe's piano is the dominant presence, though he also takes an occasional well-judged solo, as on "I'll Get Used To You". Christian O'Connells blues-drenched guitar is heard to advantage on "Good-To Be Bad" and Emma Stone contributes some sterling soprano saxophone to "The Word Love". - Juke Blues Magazine review of the album
"...it's a fabulous album..." - Bob Sinfield, Jazz FM
"I like it! It's reminiscent of the music it's inspired by, without just slavishly replicating it - which is a tough balancing act. Each song has a little quirk or kink that keeps your attention. I bet it's a hot act live too." - Greg Blackman
Caroline Boucher - vocals, Talitha Cole - vocals, Emma Stone - saxes/flutes, Steve Rich - drums, Martin Howe - keyboards, Carl Ward Brassington - bass

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