Shelter: Version II - The Brand New Heavies Reviews
Description:Genre: Jazz - Acid Jazz / Artist: The Brand New Heavies / Audio CD released 1999-10-04 at Ffrr / Disc #1 ... more
Shelter: Version II - The Brand New Heavies ... Tracklisting
1 I Like It
4 You Are The Universe
5 Crying Water
6 Day By Day
7 Feels Like Right
8 Highest High
9 Stay Gone
10 You've Got A Friend
11 Once Is Twice Enough
12 After Forever
13 Last To Know
Newest Review: ... is just that. Lyrically it has a kind of story but to be honest it is the feel good factor of the beat, vocals and catchy ... more
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by - written on 14/01/09 (Very useful, 295 readings)
The Brand New Heavies - Shelter This 1997 release was the fifth album from this group and marked a much smoother style of jazz/funk than we hear from previous albums. Though Wikipedia lists the group as acid jazz, I'm not so sure. Think of Jamiroquai all of a sudden getting mellow and you have an idea of their sound. The band consists of: Siedah Garret - Vocals Simon Bartholomew - Guitar Jan Kincaid - Drums and Keyboards Andrew levy - Bass & Keyboards That being said, the group have had numerous member changes over the years, but this was the line up for this album. As always the music is what ... Read the complete review
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