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Madrid Boogie

by Venueconnection

A fusion of jazz,funk and soul with Spanish flamenco flavour, featuring Karl Frierson from De-Phazz. For lovers of Jamiroquai, Brand New Heavies and Incognito.
Genre: Jazz: Acid Jazz
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1. Madrid Boogie
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2. Cool Vanilla
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3. Stay At Home
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4. Stand Up
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5. Bring Back the Funk
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6. Walkin' Your Dream
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7. Not in Luck
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8. Mar De Las Calmas
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9. Mmm Song
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10. Art of Disappearing
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11. Lo Siento
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12. Oriental Glamour
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13. Let's Freeze
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14. The Guitar
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15. Goodbye 13th Century
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16. Is It Right?
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17. Madrid Boogie Remixed By Axphere (Bonus Track)
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VENUECONNECTION´S MADRID BOOGIE - THE SOUL OF SPAIN

After their signing by the German record label Phazz-a-delic, responsible among others for the successful and prolific nu-jazz / lounge band De-Phazz, venueconnection presents us their second album Madrid Boogie, an atypical proposal which fuses intelligently jazz, funk, soul, electronics and flamenco and that has generated a great expectation inside the world of black music in Spain, being published now in the rest of the world. It is not surprising, if we keep in mind that in their recording the group has had the collaboration of important figures from the black scene at the international level; as Karl Frierson in the voices, that usually ready their vocal gifts to the very ones De-Phazz, Román Filiú on sax, former-member of the mythical Cuban group Irakere or Mauri Sanchís on Hammond, acclaimed by the critics in their second record by the German record label BHM, Good Vibes.

According to the band, Madrid Boogie is a conglomeration of black sounds that have influenced us more in the latest years, decorated with an electronic touch and with elements of the Spanish, Cuban and Indian music. Have we tried to make something different inside the black music, and for that reason we have gone to the flamenco, to the sitar, and even to the tumbao. And of course they have GOT it, from Madrid Boogie's funk-groove, a song that opens up and names the record, passing by the electronic swing to the purest Billie Holiday´s style of Stay At Home, Cuban soul-funk of Stand Up, the hypnotic Hindu sounds of Oriental Glamour, the flamenco groove of Is It Right? and until the solution to the eternal dilemma: what would it happen if the brokenbeat had been born in Seville? of Let's Freeze, the venues propose us a trip through more than six decades of music in their particular machine of the time whose common denominator, the Groove, is more alive than ever and it maintains us in continuous movement during more than one hour.

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