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Freddy & Francine - Gung Ho (2016)

10-06-2016, 23:55
Soul | Country | Folk

Title: Gung Ho
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Self Produced
Genre: Folk/Soul/Americana
Quality: MP3 320 Kbps
Total Time: 47:34
Total Size: 112 MB

1. If You Want Me (4:13)
2. I Get The Feeling (4:18)
3. Something's Gotta Give (4:10)
4. Tryin' Hard To Love You (4:32)
5. Duet (5:14)
6. Father's Daughter (4:18)
7. Ray's Song (3:49)
8. The Moment (3:31)
9. Sideman (2:46)
10. You Go To My Head (3:41)
11. South Of My Love (2:59)
12. The World To Me (3:56)

While romantic entanglement hasn’t been exactly uncommon when it comes to making music -- Buckingham and Nicks, Sonny and Cher, Bonnie and Delaney, and Goffin and King all come to mind -- Freddy and Francine, or, as they’re known by their given names, Lee Ferris and Bianca Caruso, have built a career that’s found their music and their emotions consistently intertwined.

Naturally, that romantic roller coaster offers plenty of potential as far as inspiration is concerned, even though real life doesn’t always go according to plan. Nevertheless, the duo’s new album, aptly entitled Gung Ho, offers a celebration of sorts, one that now only finds the couple reunited after going their separate ways, but also staking their claim to well deserved recognition. Recorded at Gung Ho Studios in Eugene Oregon with an all star cast of players -- renown producer and multi-instrumentalist Todd Sickafoose, drummer Ted Poor (Andrew Bird, Bill Frisell), guitarist Kyle Sauna (Chris Thile, Yo Yo Ma) and keyboardist Rob Burger (Lucinda Williams, Ryan Adams, Rufus Wainwright) -- it purveys a harmony-drenched sound that rises and falls in sync with the sentiment. The Lone Bellow, the Civil Wars and the Swell Season are obvious comparisons, but it would be doing them an injustice to simply leave it there. There’s no end to the number of highlights -- the gorgeous “Ray’s Song,” the bouncy Bo Diddley beat of “Sideman,” easy and enticing “South of My Love” -- all indications that the pair have not only found their groove but corralled it serendipitously. Melody, merriment and desire are successfully intertwined, proof positive that Gung Ho offers all the energy and enthusiasm necessary to maintain their forward momentum.

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