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Louis Prima Jr. & The Witnesses - Blow (2014)

8-07-2014, 12:15
Music | Jazz

Louis Prima Jr. & The Witnesses - Blow (2014)

Artist: Louis Prima Jr. & The Witnesses
Title Of Album: Blow
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Warrior Records
Genre: Jazz
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 40:17 min
Total Size: 101 mb
WebSite: amazon

01. Blow
02. Go Let's Go
03. New Orleans
04. Someday
05. That's My Home
06. Fame and Glory
07. Might Be Crazy
08. Goody Two Shoes
09. I Just Wanna Have Fun
10. Robin Hood
11. Those Million Things

Louis Prima Jr., Vocals/Trumpet
A.D. Adams, Drums
Ryan McKay, Guitar
Steve Pandis, Bass
Gregg Fox, Keys
Marco Palos, Saxophone
Ted Schumacher, Trumpet
Phil Clevinger, Trombone
Leslie Spencer, BG Vocals

American vocalist/songwriter Louis Prima Jr.'s second album offering, 'Blow,' is a raucous roller coaster ride of tail-shakin', foot-stampin', horn-driven smiles.

Building off of the success of their critically acclaimed debut CD, Return of the Wildest!, the band has injected many years of diverse musical tastes into their second offering, BLOW -- a collection of original music (save for a couple of surprises) as eclectic and unique as each member of this powerhouse band. From the first thunderous stomps of the title track, it is evident that this ain t your daddy's swing music.

If you've seen them in concert, you know a bit about what to expect from the musical mind of Prima Jr. and his band, The Witnesses. As energetic and over-the-top as their live shows, BLOW continues the ever-changing musical journey that Prima Sr. began in the '30s. 'With the band's collective talents and diverse musical tastes, we wind up with a sound unique to this band, while staying true to the boisterous Prima style,' says Louis. 'We didn't set out to simply write music we thought the fans wanted to hear. We wanted to challenge ourselves musically and also challenge the listener. You can't fool the fans by trying to force the word 'daddy-o' into every song. If music does not come honestly from your soul, it will ultimately be short lived.'

It's been 50 years since legendary Prima music shook the walls of Capitol Studios. Recorded there in Studio B, where Prima Sr. recorded his hits of the '50s and '60s, the seriousness of this new Prima Jr. music is masked only by the obvious fun that was had while making it. A new legend is being born and it will BLOW you away!


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