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Sekou Bunch - The Next Level (2008)

Jazz | Author: SELMER | 29-05-2017, 20:53
Sekou Bunch - The Next Level (2008)
Artist: Sekou Bunch
Title Of Album: The Next Level
Year Of Release: 2008
Label: Trippin 'N' Rhythm
Country: US
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Funk
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 53:31 min
Full Size: 355 MB


01. Sun Goddess (4:11)
02. Smooth Sailing (4:18)
03. Take Five/In Three (5:07)
04. Don't Take Too Long (3:17)
05. Everything I Miss At Home (4:08)
06. Haters (4:52)
07. Essence (6:07)
08. Ploom Ploom Ploom (5:15)
09. Funkabilly (5:25)
10. The Return Of Superman (6:30)
11. Purple Haze (4:31)


Sekou Bunch (strings, bass, percussion, programming, background vocals);
Brooke Lynne Bunch (vocals, background vocals);
Ellegua Vocal Choir, Natisse Bambi Jones, Angela Winbush (vocals);
Sean Patrick Thomas (rap vocals, background vocals);
Thomas Organ (guitar, steel guitar);
Jimi Macon, Bobby Broom (guitar);
Lori Andrews (harp);
Karen Briggs , Mads Tolling (violin);
Roman Johnson (strings, flute, piano, keyboards, synthesizer, programming);
Steve Alaniz (flute, saxophone, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone);
Everette Harp, Stanley Clarke , Boney James (tenor saxophone);
Johnny Britt (trumpet);
Rodney Franklin (piano, Fender Rhodes piano, synthesizer, keyboard bass);
George Duke, Wayne Linsey (piano);
Wally Minko (keyboards, synthesizer);
Kim Hansen (synthesizer);
Rayford Griffin, Trevor Lawrence, Will Kennedy (drums);
Melena DeOlga (shaker);
Munyungo Jackson (timbales, percussion);
Marina Bambino, Sheila Escovedo (percussion);
Charles W. Johnson, Jr. (programming).

Sekou Bunch finally has his "DO" after thirty something years, he's is showing out by performing some of the best bass guitar compositions and arrangements heard in a long time! I mean it. The man absolute has been in the shadows for far too long and has broken the mold of the stereotypical bassist. Sekou Bunch who has worked beside some of the greatest R&B and jazz icons in the music world shows us his amazing mastery and skill. He showed up and showed out on his interpretations of Sun Goddess; the great Jimi Hendrix piece Purple Haze, Funkabilly ---just outstanding.! You really need to listen to his great arrangement on the Brubeck composition Take Five, because Sekou Bunch took it to a whole new level- it's in five/three not five/four....for you students of the bass... a great piece to listen to inspire you...you're going to love it. Sekou takes you to another level with the funked out trip with his song "Haters".... love it! But, just when you think he's done he turns around and brings you back to chill with Smooth Sailing featuring the incomparable Angela Winbush from "back in the day" a true Diva/Songstress. If that's not enough he takes you on a serious chill and romantic ride with "Essence". Don't let this CD be the one that you fail to add to your collection... A must for the summer and for sometime there after! I just love it! It's has Funk, Soul/R&B, Rock, Caribbean and Smooth Jazz all rolled into one glorious CD. He definitely titled this CD correctly, and he takes you there with the "The Next Level". Don't just take my word for it, Buy It! ~ Dionne M. DILLON-MALDONADO -- Amazon.com

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