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Mike Farris - Shine For All The People (2014) FLAC

24-10-2014, 10:16
Music | Jazz | Blues | Soul | Rock | FLAC / APE

Mike Farris - Shine For All The People (2014) FLAC

Artist: Mike Farris
Title Of Album: Shine For All The People
Year Of Release: September 16, 2014
Label: Compass Records
Genre: Gospel, Soul, Rock, Blues
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Bitrate: lossless
Total Time: 42:46 Min
Total Size: ~285 Mb
WebSite: Album Preview


01. River Jordan (4:23)
02. Jonah & the Whale (3:16)
03. Sparrow (4:17)
04. Mercy Now (4:50)
05. Real Fine Day (3:56)
06. The Lord Will Make a Way Somehow (4:31)
07. Power of Love (4:36)
08. Something Keeps Telling Me (5:46)
09. How It Feels To Be Free (3:11)
10. This Little Light (4:00)

This long-awaited follow up to 2007 s critically acclaimed SALVATION IN LIGHTS includes both original material and Farris' trademark interpretations of traditional gospel steeped in the influence of rock, vintage Memphis soul and the swagger of New Orleans.
Farris musical vision has coalesced into a sound that, at once, harkens back to early soul records yet emerges completely fresh with this new studio record. The album s 10 tracks are saturated with horns, B3, and gospel backing vocals, but Farris is the star here, as his voice is one of the greatest of our time while staking his claim as sole proprietor of a musical style uniquely his own.

SHINE FOR ALL THE PEOPLE opens with River Jordan, an almost cubano, horn-punctuated groove, driven by Farris soaring vocals that form a surprising link between Havana and Hattiesburg. Two Farris originals, Power of Love and Real Fine Day, convey the album s uplifting message of survival and gratitude. The New Orleans-infused Sparrow takes a side trip to Preservation Hall, and the achingly poignant Mercy Now, from the pen of singer/songwriter Mary Gauthier as delivered by Farris stands tall as a plea of forgiveness for all mankind. This album bears witness to the determination of putting one foot in front of the other and to the power of music to get you there. I've discovered that falling is a divine thing, Mike adds. It s part and parcel of being human. The important thing is to keep the faith, get up and go on.

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