Soul Explosion '69

by The Rhythm Express

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SKA / REGGAE / FUNK / SOUL
(includes the legendary Ernest Ranglin on Before The Rain)

The Rhythm Express is ever evolving. In keeping with 2015 and the band’s scheduled “one single” a month concept we're pleased to introduce you to the complete album - taken from all of the tracks released this year.

Includes: Selena Evangeline , Everton “Pablo” Paul drums, Jesse “Dubmatix” King bass - Shane “Shaky J” Forrest guitar, and Bill King – arranger/keyboards, Christopher Butcher of the Heavyweights Brass Band – trombone – newcomer to the Express – Rebecca Hennessy, trumpet and Bobby Hsu, alto saxophone.
Michael Dunston, Aria, Ammoye, Ernest Ranglin and more.

Rhythm Express Soul Explosion ’69 (Sequence)

1. Night Train (instrumental)
2. You’re Wondering Now (Selena Evangeline)
3. Hard Times (Michael Dunston)
4. Woman of the Ghetto (Ammoye)
5. The Harder They Come (Gavin Hope)
6. My Boy Lollipop (Aria Zenua)
7. Double Barrel (instrumental)
8. Papa Was a Rolling Stone (Michael Dunston/Selena Evangeline)
9. I Can’t Stand the Rain (Selena Evangeline)
10. Midnight Confessions (Ammoye)
11. Yes We Can Can (Gavin Hope)
12. The Ghetto/Black Lives Matter (Michael Dunston)
13. Black Woman (Selena Evangeline)
14. Hold Fast (Selena Evangeline)
15. Before the Rain (instrumental)

credits

released October 31, 2015

Executive Producer: Everton ‘Pablo’ Paul – Side Door Records

Producer/Arranger/Keyboards: Bill King

Engineer/Mastering/guitar/bass*3/*6: Shane ‘Shaky J’ Forrest)

Bass/Graphic Design: Jesse ‘Dubmatix’ King

Trumpet: Alexis Baro/William Sperandei/Rebecca Hennessy

Trombone: Christopher Butcher

Alto Saxophone: Bobby Hsu

Percussion: Jorge Luis “Papiosco” Torres/Magdelys Savigne/ Everton ‘Pablo’ Paul

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This is dub and roots in the classic rockers tradition, with sultry melodies and praises to Jah almighty overriding a crackling, bass-heavy groove. Maintaining close ties to the classic and legendary sounds heard in 70s roots and dub while incorporating new technologies and styles. ... more

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