Nawlins Funk Band | Three Brothers

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Three Brothers

by Nawlins Funk Band

Dave Clive's Nawlins Funk Band takes you on a musical journey from the Boardwalk in Coney Island to New Orleans - Their music is a mix of traditional New Orleans Rhythms with modern blues and funk.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Funk
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1. Carnivale in Coney Island
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2. Nawlins Grease
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5:29 $0.99
3. Boardwalk Boogie
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4. Sandy (You Can't Break Me)
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5. Sweet Potato Pie
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The song, “Carnivale in Coney Island” is filled with happy summer memories and memories yet to be made. Roller coasters, hot dogs and pretty girls. A “wave splashing good time” indeed. Come on down for a cold brew or a candy apple.
The original composition "Nawlins Grease" is a very Funky song! Galactic meets the Neville Brothers. Frank's piano and Dave's drums are the standouts on this track. “Sandy (You Can't Break Me)” is a song of anger and injury but one that reflects the toughness and never-say-die attitude of the Metropolitan Area and her people. “You can't break me!” John's guitar and Dave's drums are featured here. “Sweet Potato Pie” is Peter taking Willie Dixon and Big Mama Thornton and “Hoochie Coochie Man” and “Jelly Jelly” and “Bad To The Bone” and “Rockin' and Rollin'” and every other Blues simile and metaphor for the amorous arts and extrapolating the hell out of them. Tongue firmly in cheek. It's a fun funk groove for the whole band to jam on.


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