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Fishbone - Truth And Soul (1988) [Reissue 2011]

19-10-2016, 20:30
Funk | Rock | Alternative | FLAC / APE

Title: Truth And Soul
Year Of Release: 2011 [1988]
Label: Columbia
Genre: Alternative, Funk Rock, Ska-Punk
Quality: CBR 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks +.cue,log)
Total Time: 49:13
Total Size: 118 mb / 336 mb

Truth & Soul is the most focused, most frenetic, and most political album in Fishbone's small but important catalog of ska/metal/funk/punk. They still party on this record (note "Bonin' in the Boneyard") but they also offer some serious doses of reality, and some fierce insight about growing up black in America. Much of the material (including "Slow Bus Movin'," "Ghetto Soundwave," and the potent, hopeful "One Day") was recorded on the 1988 birthdates of Martin Luther King Jr. and Abraham Lincoln. Madcap vocalist Angelo Moore is in good form on Truth, but guitarist Kendall Jones often threatens to steal the show, particularly on the amped-up cover of Curtis Mayfield's "Freddie's Dead." --Michael Ruby


01. Freddie's Dead
02. Ma And Pa
03. Mighty Long Way
04. Pouring Rain
05. Deep Inside
06. Question Of Life
07. I LIke To Hide Behind My Glasses
08. Bonin' In The Boneyard
09. One Day
10. Subliminal Fascism
11. Slow Bus Movin' (Howard Beach Party)
12. In The Name Of Swing
13. Ghetto Soundwave
14. Change

Chris Dowd – vocals, keyboards, trombone
John Norwood Fisher – vocals, bass guitar
Philip "Fish" Fisher – drums, percussion, vocals
Kendall Jones – vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitars
Walter A. Kibby II – vocals, trumpet
Angelo Moore – vocals, saxophone

Additional musicians and production
John Bavin – engineering
Larry Ferguson – additional engineering
David Kahne – production, engineering

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