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Incognito – Amplified Soul (2014)

18-10-2016, 15:16
Jazz | Nu Jazz | Soul | FLAC / APE

Title: Amplified Soul
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: earMUSIC
Genre: Acid Jazz, Funk, Soul
Quality: FLAC (tracks)/320 kbps
Total Time: 1:09:46
Total Size: 495/163 mb


1. Amplify My Soul (Part 1)
2. I Couldn't Love You More
3. Rapture
4. Hands Up If You Wanna Be Loved
5. Hats (Make Me Wanna Holler)
6. Silver Shadow
7. Deeper Still
8. Amplify My Soul (Part 2)
9. Something bout July
10. Day Or Night
11. Wind Sorceress
12. Another Way
13. I See The Sun
14. Never Known A Love Like This
15. The Hands Of Time
16. Stop Running Away

In 2013, Jean-Paul “Bluey” Maunick stepped out with his first solo album, Leap of Faith — a stylistically varied set on which he performed the lead vocals — but he quickly went to work on fresh material with the group he has led for over four decades. Leap of Faith evidently didn’t drain his creativity, as Amplified Soul is another double-length Incognito album, 70 minutes in duration.
Though it doesn’t feature Maysa Leak or any collaborator on the level of Transatlantic R.P.M. contributors Chaka Khan, Leon Ware, and Al McKay, it certainly isn’t short on powerful and uplifting lead vocal turns. Maunick works with some names familiar to Incognito fans and continues to keep it fresh with new voices. Most notably, there’s the underexposed Deborah Bond on “I See the Sun,”a gorgeously rolling number near the end that could just as easily follow the album’s introduction. Melonie Crosdale leads “Rapture,” another beaming, kicked-back groove that stands with the group’s best work. They take it back a little farther than their typical mid-’70s to early-’80s well of inspiration for the strutting “Hats (Makes Me Wanna Holler),” one of their funkier straight-R&B songs. At this point, even the most casual listener knowledgeable about the group’s inspirations won’t be surprised that a piece titled “Wind Sorceress” resembles Mizells-era Donald Byrd. And yet, despite the obvious likeness, it’s fully enjoyable, filled with little details that make it more than a mere tribute. As usual, Maunick either wrote or co-wrote all the original material, and there’s a cover — a festive version of Atlantic Starr’s 1985 single “Silver Shadow,” fronted by Vanessa Haynes.

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mr.Boor   User offline   14 May 2014 05:11

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Papashultz   User offline   14 May 2014 06:25

Big Thanks

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shaggy   User offline   14 May 2014 18:58

super post

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Silver_Groover   User offline   14 May 2014 19:12

GREAT & thanks !!! 1

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Michael   User offline   15 May 2014 05:17


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simplyredha   User offline   15 May 2014 19:09

Many Thanks From Paris 1

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forrest   User offline   22 December 2014 09:10

plx reup FLAC


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