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Pants on Fiya

by Doombalaya

Doombalaya's second full-length release exposes the band's versatility and eclectic music, combining their New Orleans roots with jazz, classical, world music, and rock on everything from their original compositions to their cover of Radiohead's "Airbag."
Genre: Jazz: Progressive Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hot and Bothered
5:59 $1.99
2. School's In
3:54 $1.99
3. The Theme
0:37 $1.99
4. Be
5:03 $1.99
5. Cold Train Funk
8:28 album only
6. Those Were the Days
5:38 $1.99
7. Usale Bwino Munzanga
4:47 $1.99
8. Airbag
7:35 $1.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Doombalaya is proud to announce the release of their second full-length album: Pants on Fiya. The album is a follow up to their well-received album, Dinner., and their EP, Doom Rag EP. This new album shows the growth the band has made since its last release. The new release features two compositions by a new songwriter in the band, percussionist Jason Winikoff, as well as work by keyboardist Ethan Stern and saxophonist David Bode. The new album also showcases the talents of its newest members: Roger Powell on drum set, Jenna Winston on vocals, Cyrus Nabipoor on trumpet, and Russell Ramirez on trombone. Pants on Fiya was recorded by Nick Guttman at The Parlor Recording Studio in New Orleans, LA, mixed by Grammy® Award winner Chris Finney, and mastered by Grammy® Award winner David Farrell. The album will be available on Jan. 14 at all New Orleans record stores as well as all major online outlets.

No musical risk is too extreme; anything is fair game. Simply put, Doombalaya is a wall of sound. Dubbed 'progressive world beat', their style is a mixture of jazz, afrobeat, progressive rock, hip hop, traditional musics of the world, funk, New Orleans, and all things in between. Arrangements are unpredictable and full of surprises—seamlessly weaving through bizarre time signatures and a variety of feels. The five-man fiery horn line is matched by an eclectic yet cohesive, full rhythm section. Members have done extensive studying around the world (Zambia, St. Lucia, Italian and Dutch conservatories, Ghana, Norway) and look to each culture as inspiration for their sound. Doombalaya was born out of the Tulane jazz program and has evolved their own unique voice through their six-year career. They've played throughout the states but proudly call New Orleans home, with regular appearances at world famous venues such as Tipitina’s.



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