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read an article on a post Bob Stanley on Guardian

"In the summer, the scene would move en masse to Ostend, Belgium's equivalent to Blackpool. DJ Freddy Cousaert played at the Groove, a late night downstairs bar frequented by US marines, tourists and prostitutes – it was Cousaert who later looked after Marvin Gaye during his 80s sejourn in Ostend. The music he played at the Groove included ska, Latin jazz and even Broadway songs such as Stranger in Paradise, or Whatever Lola Wants from Damn Yankees...."

lundi 27 novembre 2017

PAWN SHOP SOUL





post some dispute in form but not in the background is always talking 
about soul music very good groovy, all this to show you "PAWN SHOP SOUL" 
which is in my opinion very promising.
a small sign to the festival programmers or clubs 
do not hesitate these are very great future


bio:
Founded in 2013 by veteran soul, funk, and jazz musicians, Pawn Shop Soul features 
a full horn line not often heard in this millennium. The horn front line stands 
and delivers on the powerful grooves generated by a five-piece rhythm section. 
An orchestra of soul all by itself, Hammond organ both sustains the groove and 
soars above it. Booty bumpin’ bio-rhythms are supplied by inter-locking traps, 
bass and congas. Satisfying body and soul, Pawn Shop Soul provides high-energy 

dance music in the tradition of Stax, Volt, Chess and many others.


new single here

The first official release from Pawn Shop Soul

available from 1december 2017


 LUGNUT BRAND RECORDS 2017             LBR-4309


 Crédits


Jon Dryden - organ
Joaquin Spengemann - drums
Steve Slany  - bass
Mike Spooner - congas/percussion
Lars Wright - Guitar
Michael McPheeters - trumpet (solo on Trinidad)
Daniel Miltz - trumpet
Yves Tan - tenor (solo on Trinidad)
Steven Baird - bari (solo on Grab This Thing)

    Producer – Steven Baird
    Recorded By – Chris Kruger

recorded at Santa Cruz Rehearsal Studios

 Tracklisting

A Trinidad
Written By – Teacho Wiltshire
   
B Grab This Thing
Written By – Steve Cropper, Alvertis Isbell


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