Shawn Lee – Sing A Song

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http://www.shawnlee.net

http://www.myspace.com/shawnleemusic

Origine du Groupe : U.K

Style : Groove , Funk , Soul

Sortie : 2010

Shawn Lee records and releases albums at a pace that few beside Robert Pollard could match, but at least Lee tries to make each one distinctive. His latest, Sing A Song, features vocalists on
every track, and leaves aside Lee’s usual internationalist “soundtrack jazz” in favor of retro soul that wouldn’t sound too out of place on Daptone—that is, if Daptone were more interested in
psychedelic-ified ’70s R&B rather than the sweaty, rootsy ’60s kind. Not that Lee stays completely committed to the bit; “Fade Up” has a spacey, futuristic feel, while the oddball ballad
“I’ll Just Wait A While” shifts from acoustic moaning to wacked-out lounge music. But for the most part, Sing A Song leans more toward songs along the lines of the deeply funky Robert Bradley
collaboration “Fading Light” and the bongo-riffic, distorted “Who Are You?” Sing A Song relies too much on novelty numbers like the one-joke “Christopher Walken On Sunshine” and the doo-wop
piss-take “Swimming Pool,” but when Lee constructs a soul song as classic-sounding as “It Takes Two”—with its tin-can Marcus Malone vocals and bright chimes—he takes care to get the atmosphere as
correct as the orchestration.

By Noel Murray

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Tracklist :

01. Shut Up And Learn (ft. Fanny Franklin)

02. It Takes Two (ft. Marcus Malone)

03. Who Are You? (ft. Bing Ji Ling)

04. Fade Up (feat. The Superimposers)

05. I’ll Just Wait A While

06. Fading Light (ft. Lord Large & Robert Bradley)

07. Older (ft. Miles Bonney)

08. Swimming Pool

09. Don’t Let That Feeling (ft. The Superimposers)

10. Lucy Lucy (ft. Jeremiah)

11. Christopher Walken on Sunshine (ft. Princess Superstar)

12. Meadow in the Summer (ft. Paul Fryer)

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