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Come On

by Free Peoples

Free Peoples explores multiple genres in their performances including jazz, folk, blues, rock, and reggae and have quietly become one of the best American roots bands around...
Genre: Folk: Folk-Jazz
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Blast of irresistible Funk
Just when you thought this band couldn't get any better, Free Peoples busts out with perhaps their most radio ready tune yet. "Come On" immediately grabs your attention by starting off with some Fela Kuti styled, fat horn blasts, before settling into an irresistible, slow grind funk. Tim Sawyer's lead vocals have never sounded fuller or more soulful, and when he implores the listener to, "Come on everybody help me sing (falsetto) this song," you can't help by oblige. The entire band is top notch, with drummer James Foster and bassist Michael DiPirro holding down the groove, while Sawyer (on rhythm guitar), Jason Thor ('bone) and sax master Nick Hasty dart in and out. Man, if "Come On" doesn't finally get this hard working band the long overdue national attention they deserve, then Trump might as well win, cuz it's the end of the world as we know...and I'm ticked off!