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Feel

Columbia Nights on March 31, 2012 01:39

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    George Duke has been an inspiration to our ears for some time. His mid-70s fusion period, brought to us by pioneering jazz label MPS, gave us classic records like The Aura Will Prevail, Liberated Fantasies, and Feel. These gems all spent plenty of time on the turntable as we crafted our EP over the past year. As Duke made the leap from sideman and session musician to groundbreaking bandleader and producer, his first solo projects represented a striking new approach to jazz, funk, and R&B. Lush pads, warm Rhodes, and far-out lead synths (not to mention incomparable keyboard chops) are just some of his signature sounds that have influenced our approach to production.

    The Feel LP (1974) also represents one of Duke’s first efforts with a lyrical focus, and the album’s title track sees the instrumentalist offering wisdom through beautifully arranged, ethereal harmonies that resonate with the spirit of Columbia Nights. His message of transcendent love is one that we live by, and we hope that our re-imagining of Feel inspires you to do the same.

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    Click http://tinyurl.com/DownloadFeel to download.

    Produced, arranged, performed and mixed by Columbia Nights (twitter.com/columbia_nights) ;
    Vocals by Sarai Abdul-Malik
    Strings by Vaughan Bradley-Willemann
    Original composition by George Duke
    Artwork by Noah Deeakili

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