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Karl Denson's Tiny Universe - New Ammo (2014)

4-02-2014, 16:35
Jazz | Funk | FLAC / APE

Karl Denson's Tiny Universe - New Ammo (2014)

Artist: Karl Denson's Tiny Universe
Title Of Album: New Ammo
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Stoopid Records
Genre: Funk, Jazz, Fusion
Quality: AAC 256 Kbps
Total Time: 67:42 min
Total Size: 139 MB


1. Grenadiers
2. Three Trials of Strength
3. Hang Me out To Dry
4. New Ammo
5. The Duel
6. My Baby
7. Seven Nation Army
8. Après Ski
9. Everybody Knows That
10. Sure Shot
11. Malgorium
12. Cheerleader
13. Odysseus

Karl Denson and his longstanding band of brothers known as the Tiny Universe are finally back with their fourth studio effort entitled “New Ammo“. The bands ”invigorated orchestral approach inspired by the gritty, funk-fueled soundtracks of 1970s’ cinema” is found all over the record – which also features a number of special guests, including frequent Denson collaborators Robert Walter (keyboard) and Mike Dillon (vibes and percussion) as well as Anthony Smith and singer Nicki Bluhm on the album’s first single ‘My Baby‘.
While the band looked to move forward from the roots-oriented sounds of 2009′s “Brother’s Keeper“, they also looked back even further to do so – attempting to catch the vibes of earlier Tiny Universe records for “New Ammo“. On shaping the new albums sound, Denson recalls “My approach has always been that we’re a dance band that dips into the jazz realm; It’s pretty much still the same, but things change as you listen to more music which develops your artistic outlook on things. So along with our regular funk fare, we’re trying to orchestrate up a bit, with music, art and thought being our new ammunition.”

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