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St. Paul & The Broken Bones - Half the City (2014)

21-02-2014, 09:56
Soul | Funk | FLAC / APE

St. Paul & The Broken Bones - Half the City (2014)

Artist: St. Paul & The Broken Bones
Title Of Album: Half the City
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Single Lock Records
Genre: Funk, Soul
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 39:06 min
Total Size: 101 / 239 MB


01 I'm Torn Up
02 Don't Mean a Thing
03 Call Me
04 Like a Mighty River
05 That Glow
06 Broken Bones & Pocket Change
07 Sugar Dyed
08 Half the City
09 Grass Is Greener
10 Let It Be So
11 Dixie Rothko
12 It's Midnight

St. Paul & The Broken Bones have already garnered much attention due to their high-energy live performances, led by charismatic front man Paul Janeway. The groups sweat-soaked, take-no prisoners style has converted many, including Paste Magazine, who named St. Paul & The Broken Bones one of their 2013 Best Of Whats Next artists, and NPR Music, who included the album in their Under The Radar Albums Preview. Half The City oozes with key elements of Memphis soul, Muscle Shoals R&B and the Motown experience, which lay solid ground for Jane- ways expressive vocals. "Within ten seconds of hearing Paul Janeways voice - secondhand on a friends cellphone - I was in. The first five was spent in disbelief. I can count on one hand the times thats happened. I admit it took a bit to hear past him. The beautiful thing was that the band was and is every bit as good. The same swagger, conviction, and - dare I say - soul. Thats saying something. What sealed the deal was the songwriting, the arrangements, the dynamics - all the things that comes with having been a unit for many more years than they have. And then I experienced them live. - John Paul White

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