Journey Agents | Astrofunk

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by Journey Agents

It's that Houston space funk y'all. Ridin'. Pai yeaw.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Funk
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1. Yeah
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2. Smile
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3. Feel It
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4. Until Dawn
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5. Erffshake
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6. Don't Cry Girl
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7. House Party
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8. Dynamo
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9. Discocheck
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10. In This Life
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Journey Agents (commonly referred to as the J.A.’s) are a Houston-based, six member funk ensemble. The music, simply and conveniently classified as funk, is all original (barring the occasional Curtis Mayfield or Lonnie Liston Smith jam) and often explores other territories as well. Latin, percussion-heavy samba rhythms, textures of jazz, and energy of rock are elements that can also be found in the grease bucket. Cosmic, spacy vibes, yet earth-rooted and tightly arranged movements, are designed to be crowd-centric. A phased out Rhodes piano is a common centerpiece, and is punctuated by the warm tube glow, mid 70’s virtuosity and analogue know-how of the players (whose collective name was modeled after a piece by Rashaan Roland Kirk.) The band’s shared passion for the likes of the Isley Brothers and Roy Ayers is a clear central influential force. The lyrical content often revolves around such politically charged, spiritually aware themes as fried chicken and Cadillacs – subjects many musicians and global leaders are afraid to touch. But the JA’s be puttin’ it in yo earhole anyhow.



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