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Lettuce - Live in Tokyo (2005)

27-05-2014, 12:01
Jazz | Soul | Funk | FLAC / APE

Lettuce - Live in Tokyo (2005)

Artist: Lettuce
Title Of Album: Live In Tokyo
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: KUFALA Recordings
Genre: Funk / Soul / Jazz
Format: FLAC (image) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 01:16:08
Total Size: 487 MB / 180 MB


01. Intro (1:25)
02. Nyack (10:59)
03. Break Out (10:07)
04. The Dump (7:54)
05. Kron Dutch (8:23)
06. Reunion (9:49)
07. Flu the Coop (11:57)
08. 4 on 6 (6:01)
09. Squadlive (7:08)
10. Breakout Reprise (2:21)


Rashawn Ross - trumpet
Eric Krasno - guitar
Erik "Baby Jesus" Coomes - bass instrument
Adam Deitch - drums
Neal Evans - Fender Rhodes piano, organ
Ryan Zoidis - tenor saxophone
Sam Kininger - alto saxophone
Adam Shmeans Smirnoff - guitar

As I try to sum up what exactly has drawn me to this group, and how it differs from old school funk, I simply quote Bootsy Collins: "Somebody been messin' with my funk. Funkin' 'round, funkin' with it 'till they funked it up!"

If you want a straight answer, these guys are not only the real deal, but will be what other new funk bands are measured by. These guys are nasty, low-down, self-proclaimed "Defenders of the Funk". I challenge anyone to show these guys down.

If you're a lover of funk, and love to hear how funk can evolve, this album is defnintely for you. Eric Krasno (Soulive)and Adam Deitch (John Scofield Band) have furthered the sound of funk, and this ensemble is right on their wavelength. With the addition of Neal Evans (Soulive) on keys, Lettuce found the missing ingredient from their studio release, "Outta Here", which was a brilliant piece of work in its own right. But in this release, "Kron Dutch" explodes with the most modernized funk sound to date.

If Parliament's P-Funk were the rulemakers for an oppressed society, Lettuce's L-Funk may very well be today's lovers of the oppressed Mother Earth. -- Karl W. Berner ~



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