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A Thousand Souls

by Boston Horns

Jazz, Funk explosion
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Pink Polyester
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2. Dyno-mite
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3. A Thousand Souls
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4:37 album only
4. Funk #49
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5:01 album only
5. 40 $ Tab
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6. D-train
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7. Smokescreen
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8. Couch Surfer
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9. Sparks
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10. Bring On the Funk
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The supporting cast may have changed, but The BOSTON HORNS continue to turn out some of the area's most inventive and infectious music. Boston Horns is anchored by tenor saxophonist Henley Douglas Jr., trumpeter Garret Savluk and guitarist Jeff Buckridge. Stop by and bring your dancing shoes because when you hear their irresistible blend of funk, rock and jazz, you will have to move.

The Boston Horns emerged in 1999 from the Heavy Metal Horns, that oddly-named nine-piece group that campaigned internationally for about a decade starting in the late 1980's, releasing six albums. The new group was a sextet, losing some of the big band panache, but none of its gift for melodic surprises amid greasy, sweaty grooves.


The Boston Horns are known best for their scintillating blend of funk, jazz, rock and soul. It’s a heady mix, and always one that keeps the dance floors full. The current lineup of the band features some bright young songwriting talent, and their sound is brimming with infectious melodies and inescapable grooves.


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