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Soulive - Doin' Something (2001)

29-11-2014, 02:26
Jazz | Nu Jazz | Soul | Funk | FLAC / APE

Soulive - Doin' Something (2001)

Artist: Soulive
Title Of Album: Doin' Something
Year Of Release: 2001
Label: Blue Note Records
Genre: Funk / Soul / Jazz
Format: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 55:01 min
Total Size: 365 MB / 128 MB


01. Hurry Up ... And Wait [04:04]
02. Doin' Something [06:44]
03. Evidence [04:31]
04. One In Seven [05:16]
05. Bridge To 'Bama [07:23]
06. Canonball [05:41]
07. Shaheed [05:37]
08. Romantic [04:52]
09. Solid [05:24]
10. Roll The Tape [05:23]


Eric Krasno - guitar;
Neal Evans - Hammond B-3 organ;
Wurlitzer - piano;
Alan Evans - drums.

Guest artists:

Fred Wesley - trombone;
Jeremy Pelt - trumpet;
Jacques Schwarz-Bart - tenor sax;
Sam Kininger - alto sax;
Stephanie McKay - vocals.

Doin' Something, Soulive's Blue Note debut and second album overall, sees the organ-based groove-jazz trio creatively stretching beyond their heralded debut, Turn It Out. Where that session was a lean, live cooker that cemented the trio's appeal to the acid-jazz and jam-band crowd, Doin' Something reaps the rewards of time spent in the studio--there are overdubs and, more importantly, an ambitious, varied overall vision. Rather than just rattling off a dozen jams based on a single line, the tunes here are actual songs with memorable melodies that draw upon hip-hop, soul, funk, and pop to go along with the rump-shaking jazz grooves. Furthering the funk foundation, the trio--guitarist Eric Krasno and brothers Neal and Alan Evans on organ and drums, respectively, also brought in James Brown-veteran trombonist Fred Wesley to lead a four-piece brass section (and contribute horn arrangements) on a few tracks. This is the sound of a hot young band putting its best foot forward, and the great thing is, you won't be able to keep your foot from bouncing along. -- Tad Hendrickson ~



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