Lovanova | Cabinova

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Cabinova

by Lovanova

Genre Stretching Hammond Organ driven Lounge Prog Rock right out of a 70's TV Cop show car chase
Genre: Jazz: Hammond Organ
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3. Pach & Pendulum
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6. Sofa Day
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7. Hash It Out
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"No matter how you slice it, Milwaukee instrumental rock and roll quartet Lovanova is a Brew City supergroup.

The band, led by Hammond B-3 organist Paul Kneevers – who was a member of The Probers, among many others, and is a respected producer and engineer, too – also includes drummer Dave Schoepke, guitarist Sean Williamson and bassist Joey Carini.

Rooted around the legendary B3, you'd expect Lovanova – which releases its third CD, "Cabinova," this week – to be an organ soul jazz group or maybe an ELP-style prog band. Is it? Yes and yes, plus more.

Pop in "Cabinova," with its eight jet-propelled tune and you'll hear those influences and more. Every time you think you've got Lovanova pegged, the next tune – or a middle eight – arrives and blows the theory out of the water."

Published Dec. 19, 2012 in OnMilwaukee.com by Bobby Tanzillo, managing editor


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