Georgia Soul Council | Thickens Upon Standing

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Thickens Upon Standing

by Georgia Soul Council

Jazz Funk, Soul Jazz, Rare Groove, get up for the get down and DIG!
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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1. Sauce (Thickens Upon Standing)
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2. Can't Stand Ya
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3. Gatur Bait
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4. Hutchins
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5. Hip Shot
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6. We're Gonna Groove
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7. Bounce This
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8. Soul Syrum
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9. Foot in It
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10. Snaggle Tooth
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11. Dutch Oven
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12. Effin' Splendid
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13. Lady Day
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Georgia Soul Council, originally formed in Atlanta in 2010 as the
backing band for Otis Redding III, reconvened in 2011 with a shift
towards the 70's era breakbeat Soul-Jazz that is their real musical
passion.
2012-13 has seen GSC bring their funkified live performances to the people of the southeastern United States, and they have had the pleasure of sharing the stage with Lee Fields & The Expressions, the Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra, Papa Grows Funk, Col. Bruce Hampton, the Rebirth Brass Band, and many others. Georgia Soul Council's new full-length album "Thickens Upon Standing", released independently on July 16, 2013 to a fantastic reception from the soul-funk community and rave reviews, is available now at georgiasoulcouncil1.bandcamp.com"

"some hard driving funky soul" - Warren Coolidge, Okayplayer.com

"Speaking of groove, the Georgia Soul Council knows how to establish a tight one and work it thoroughly across an extended but controlled arrangement, where there’s not so much “jamming” as there is a succession of generous give-and-take, where everyone gets a moment in the spotlight while never losing sight of the tune, or the momentum. Built upon a core of eight songs recorded and released in limited fashion last year (remastered here) along with five brand new tracks, the ensemble’s album Thickens Upon Standing (as in, better keep dancing!) comes out on vinyl this month. Truly thick, hypnotic, mostly instrumental funk; excellent players with a solid brass section right out front in the mix." - Jeff Clark, Stomp and Stammer Magazine


"Whether you like the chicken-plucking soul grooves of mid-60s James Brown, or the chunkier breakbeats of early-70s no frills funk, GSC is sure to please." - Basementrug.com

"Comprising an inspirational collection of low-down groove music, the
compositions venture into the break beat soul-jazz of the 1970s while also drawing much strength from contemporary elements of modern dance music. In any case, their soul-powered tunes are not ones to be taken lightly, as they grab the listener by their inner being, igniting a tingling feeling from the deepest part of the core to the outer brim of existence. Operating with a deep rhythmic pocket, raw vocals, and a knack for tastefully filling in space, the Georgia Soul Council looks to bring funk to a venue near you. When you see them, get ready to boogie." -Chris DiBenedetto, whereyat.com

"this shit right here is funky" - Jon Powell, JukeboxDC.com


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