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“CO$T to COA$T” – Season’s Greetings – 2010 Album Reviews
Posted by Mrmarlon on Dec 10th, 2010 and filed under Music. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry
FAT FREDDY’S DROP, Live At Roundhouse London (The Drop)
Cargo: live reggae, soul, nu funk, dub, psychedelic, lounge…
Packed like: you’re at a live show and given the sound engineer’s headphones for clarity
Taxes: With six long tracks, most averaging close to 15 minutes a piece, this sneak-peak into New Zealand’s Fat Freddy Drop’s live show through your ear’s interpretation, gets American audiences ready for their 2011 Tour, where many will get their first taste of this band’s Maori reggae blended with rich soul on “The Raft,” drifting one of the most crucial bass lines and rub-a-dub riddims ever created, trust! No need to roll, the high from this contact is beyond lethal when lead singer Dallas dives without a splash into this groove, showcasing his Al Green/Anthony David tones that’ll grab the attention of any soul purist. Hold your woman tight tight tight, as FFD put down other jams such as “Flashback” and “Pull The Catch,” rocking you way past midnight, much to your delight and wetting your appetite for next year’s live n’ alive bite into the U.S.
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