Vincent Ingala | North End Soul

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North End Soul

by Vincent Ingala

This seventeen year old multi-instrumentalist delivers blends of funky R&B grooves, laced with soulful saxophone and uplifting piano and guitar melodies.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Vintage Vibe
4:04 $0.99
2. Free To Groove
4:08 $0.99
3. It Is What It Is
4:35 $0.99
4. Lost In You
4:11 $0.99
5. What Does It Take (Vinnie's Take)
3:32 $0.99
6. Midnight Pass
3:27 $0.99
7. Look At Me (I'm In Love)
3:35 $0.99
8. Night Flight
4:56 $0.99
9. K-Jee
5:02 $0.99
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Album Notes
This is Vincent Ingala's debut CD in the Smooth Jazz genre. It is self produced and contains six original compositions and three fresh remakes.



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Jean Albini

Bill - Give the kid a break
Bill, Give the kid a break - OMG You have a 17 year old kid here! He is self taught or should I say, was given the natural ability to play drums, piano and sax the way he does with no training and what - 9 months of guitar lessons. Learned on his own to record and produce the CD. What were you doing at the age of 17! He is a beginner - so why don't we take that into account when analyzing the CD and imagine if he had professionals guiding him!!

Paul.A.Pedone Jr

not fair
UnFreakin not right that a kid has this much talent! I bought eric darius new cd the same day i purchased Vince cd had both in my car along with norman brown glenn jones and new Lee Rit -I kept playin Vince what is the deal?I am pretty in touch with my knowledge and my taste if I like it most people I know will accept my review.Only thing i can say negative is y must a talent like this not get hooked up with verve or hidden beach or maybe the best label three keys ..Marcus Johnson please and I know u are a big cdbaby guy sign this guy talk to him do somethin look what u did for jacquiem joyner and Yazareh even jarred -sorry i have gotten all hot but few cds make me listen and wonder with more resources what could a person do?Buy it and tell a friend cause its on !!Thanks Vincent for your music I am prayin for u God bless!! Paul

Jackie Anderson - WJAB 90.9 FM

Was very impressed with Vincent Ingala's debut CD, "North End Soul", the first time I heard it. One of the stand out tracks is "It Is What It Is". Vince may only be 17, but he is definitely one to watch in 2011! Check out this CD.

Daryl Reyna

New Kid On The Block
Plays multi instruments, has writing and recording ability and is only 17!! I could listen to him all night long. Can't wait to see what he does next. Vincent is top shelf and right up there with the smooth jazz greats.


Vinnie is great
Vincent is an excellent musician who can play any kind of music on several instruments. He was for the most part
self taught and is excellent at jazz.

The last time I was this impressed with a new, young sax player was when I told you to keep an eye on Eric Darius. Now here’s a new name I want you to remember… Vincent Ingala. He’s headed for the same stellar reaches of this genre. He’s only seventeen, hails from Waterbury, CT’s North End, and is absolutely, unequivocally the real deal. Vinnie plays sax as if he’s been doing this for a lifetime, has produced, recorded, and mixed his debut CD NORTH END SOUL, plus played all the other instruments you’ll hear on this project, most notably electric guitar. Bottom line here is that this kid blows me away! NORTH END SOUL can stand with the best of the best out there right now, but don’t take my word for it. Take a listen to this album and you’ll have to agree that a superstar destiny awaits young Vincent Ingala!

Bill Ross

Impressive Debut
Here's a newcomer that has some big talent. The first 4 tracks on this CD are as good as anything you'll hear this year in commercial jazz. When he's on sax, he can easily be mistaken for Richard Eliot...some high praise indeed. On the last track, Disco Lives!! he serves up a remake of the MFSB classic K-Jee (best known to fans of Saturday Night Fever) and old folks like me (I was a club DJ in that era). Vinnie would have gotten the full 5-star treatment for this CD, except for a couple of missteps. 1) An unnecessary vocal track "What DOes It Take" The track is fine, it's just that he's only serving up 9 tracks here and vocal tracks are not needed or wanted. 2) On "Look At Me, I'm In Love" he commits the smooth jazz cardinal sin of having a chorus warble the song title over and over, flushing any edge the tune may have had into the world of blandness. 3) On K-Jee there is a bridge where he has vocal effects of people pretending they're having a party, a gimmick that is very old and always lame. These complaints aside, this CD is very good and is highly recommended. I will be sampling his 2nd CD when it comes out and if he'd delivering the same groove, I'm in for the purchase.

Rod Lucas

Best Smooth Jazz London : Radio Host Rod Lucas
This is one super album form a very bright, highly talented musician, I play him often on my Smooth Jazz shows and he's one the most requested artists on the program. Highly Recommend album. You'll love every tune.

Rod Lucas