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The Heavyweights Brass Band - Brasstronomical (2014)

16-06-2014, 22:11
Jazz | FLAC / APE

The Heavyweights Brass Band - Brasstronomical (2014)

Artist: The Heavyweights Brass Band
Title Of Album: Brasstronomical
Year Of Release: March 6, 2014
Label: Lulaworld Records
Genre: Jazz
Quality: MP3 | FLAC
Bitrate: 320 kbps | lossless
Total Time: 59:49 Min
Total Size: ~145 Mb |~380 Mb
WebSite: amazon


01. Brasstronomical
02. Booze Hounds (feat. Jay Douglas)
03. I Think I'm Going Crazy
04. I Believe I Can Fly
05. Misterioso (feat. Giovanni Hidalgo & Jane Bunnett)
06. Telephone
07. Hypnosis
08. Yyz
09. Sundown
10. St. James Infirmary Blues
11. No One Said It Would Be Easy
12. Float
13. Exit

Whether receiving props from The Roots on Twitter, jamming with puppets on CBC Kids' Mamma Yamma, recording with the legendary Giovanni Hidalgo or being championed by influential DJ and tastemaker Gilles Peterson, The Heavyweights Brass Band pack a one-two punch of crossover appeal and respect from music's elite.

Inspired by the New Orleans brass band tradition, the Heavyweights'original stance keeps one foot firmly rooted in the rich legacy of jazz, while one foot steps forward into the future. Like the music's originators, the Heavyweights are unafraid to incorporate influences from disparate areas of the musical spectrum, from pop hits of the day to original compositions, from R&B and funk throwbacks to the infectious rhythms of Latin America, all woven together with the thread of adventuresome sophistication.

The uppercut ascent of the Heavyweights' arc has been the result of relentless dedication. Touring across Canada and sharing the stage with such influential groups as The Roots, Trombone Shorty, Galactic and Hypnotic Brass Ensemble has helped build the group a loyal following. Now with their sophomore release Brasstronomical, the Heavyweights are offering a unique sound with emphasis on their original compositions. They delve deeper and more eclectically into each musical direction implied on their first album. Brasstronomical reveals the band's music is stronger, bolder, funkier and more mature than ever before.

The future is bright for the group, with plans in the works for 2014 to be a year of new thresholds as the group blossoms into even more of a hard-hitting powerhouse of sound.

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