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Going Home

by Vladimir Cetkar

The birth of modern vintage... soul/funk/jazz/disco/pop meets 21st Century
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Come with Me
4:14 album only
2. Joyride
4:21 album only
3. Going Home
4:00 album only
4. Jagula
4:25 album only
5. Travel the World
3:47 album only
6. Moonrise
6:02 album only
7. Night Parade
4:09 album only
8. Ocean of Love (House Lovers Remix)
5:45 album only
9. Outro
0:46 album only


Album Notes
'This Macedonian soul man mashes disco and fusion into luxurious pop concoctions. Think George Michael fronting Steely Dan in a cocktail bar.'
Time Out New York

‘Unparalleled modern vintage’
Masaharu Yoshioka – The Soul Searcher (Japan)

‘You were born to create great music and you strive to take us all to places we have never been’
Patrick Adams

'Macedonian guitarist Vladimir Četkar's mélange of jazz, funk, and soul is fleet, uninhibited, and original. If the occasional high strings and up-tempo funk evoke
disco, then Četkar's emotive, earnest voice makes appeals intended for only the smoothest of jazz gods.'
Patch Media

'The evident musical influences may transport you back in time to the musical era when bands like Chic and Earth Wind and Fire ruled the musical cosmos. But Vladimir’s new sound, original music expression, and contemporary production return you to the present, and portend a strong future for this genre of music'
Giant Step



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