The Original Musicosophy Band | Talk About Love

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Talk About Love

by The Original Musicosophy Band

The Original Musicosophy Band plays Soul Music, Smooth Jazz, Funk-lite, R&B, and Authentic Native Ubi-Jubi music What is Authentic Ubi-Jubi music? It is based on indigenous West African Syncopation (known as the 3:2 Clave) which arrived in the Southeastern US via of ‘the North American Passage’. Over time, it became naturalized in the old home places and backwater ‘hollers’ of Piedmont North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. It sounds natural enough, like a bouncy rhythm and blues, but it has that swing! It renders entire communities of participants synchronous without resort to rigid and autocratic stipulation-isms. It makes an excellent improvisational device. Done well, it stimulates the body to eurhythmic spontaneity and promotes dancing. It sets the toe to tapping and makes the face to Smile. “At its Living Roots, Authentic Native Tarheel Ubi-jubi grows out of the Rhythm. Therefore it is Rhythm first and foremost. Music without Rhythm is like a car with no engine: it doesn’t
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Talk About Love is an old staple of the OM band and a perennial favorite with our fans. It has continued to evolve into the Funky Swamp sound that it is now. At its roots it has a back-beat known in the branch-heads as a 'Stomp'. This tune was first written as a 'song of inspiration' in the 1980's during the Lakewood Studios days and was a performance staple for the Blunt Brothers around Dilworth, the Cotswalds, Indian Trail near the Waxhaws and other areas (Stanleyville, for instance) of avant culture.



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