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Live at the Yale

by Bump Kitchen

Genre: Urban/R&B: Funk
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1. I Told You So
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2. Don't Doubt
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3. Baby's Heart
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4. Who Ordered the Waffle?
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5. Don't Say Don't
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6. Layin' Awake
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7. Back in the Day
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8. Big Ol' Bones
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9. Put Your Head Right Here
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10. Runnin' from the Kitchen
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Album Notes
Tuesday, 05 July 2011 08:59 -
Written by Bill Buckley for soul and jazz and funk dot com
BUMP KITCHEN are a West Coast-based, six piece self contained outfit - and for the last nine
years they've been busy proving that soul and funk are still very much alive and very, very well!
The band comprise TONY HARPER (vocals), EVERETT JAMES (drums), TOM MAZZUCA
(sax), MARK BITTLER (Keys), JOE BEVENS (bass) and DAVID BROYLES (guitar) and their
common bond is the belief that there is still a place for real musicians playing live – with
commitment, passion and, of course, soul. BUMP KITCHEN spend most of the time on the
road and their infectious dedication to their cause has won them a core of faithful fans.

The band are currently promoting two excellent CDs . First up is the eleven track 'Who Ordered
The Waffle'. It's rousing proof that the band are sticking to their mission statement as they offer
a committed set of sweet soul and driving funk that in places will remind you of TOWER OF
POWER and dear old BLOODSTONE. Nine of the tunes are originals – the covers being
versions of BILL WITHERS' 'Use Me' and THE AVERAGE WHITE BANDS 'The Jugglers'.
Outstanding cut is the laid-back 'Back In The Day' – a heartfelt homage to the music of the 70s
– which could so easily become a big summer anthem... the album's title cut, by the way, is
based on the band's experiences on the road.

Tuesday, 05 July 2011 08:59 -
Written by Bill Buckley for www.soulandjazzandfunk.com
Both those tunes features on 'Live At The Yale' – BUMP KITCHEN'S "other" current album.
Obviously, it's a live set – recorded at the Yale Club in Vancouver, Canada and it proves that
BUMP KITCHEN are a formidable live attraction. They "do" funk with consummate ease but in
TONY HARPER they possess a superbly soulful front man – witness his performance on the
beautiful ballad 'Baby's Heart'.


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Lori Lucas

I LOVE this CD! I like everything about it! I know others will agree! Thank you for the new tunes!