Luc and the Lovingtons | Feel the Warmth

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Feel the Warmth

by Luc and the Lovingtons

"These boys give you soul-warming, heart-drenching, feel-good vibes all day, all night... They're here for YOU!"
Genre: World: Reggae
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1. I'm Awake
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2. Waves
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3. Miracle of Love
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4. You Got Life
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5. I Had a Dream
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6. Feel the Warmth
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7. Freedom Song
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8. Djembereng
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9. I Luv Ya Luv Ya
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10. Come On Down
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11. Moon Dragon
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12. My Most Sincerest Dream
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13. I'm Awake (Reprise)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Luc and the Lovingtons is a band basically all about making people dance, feel free, and feel love. The best feeling out there. Hope to help people release what ever they need to release or recieve whatever they need to recieve. Made up of a group of dedicated and good hearted individuals all believing that music is powerful and putting their energy toward giving that service. Because music is a service, one we all need! Why do headphones help students through high school? It's not that they're tuning out, they're tuning in. There's feeling there, and sometimes no one else is coming to you on that level like your musicians are, and that saved me personally while going through growing pains. That’s it on words. Hope the music speaks for the rest. Such gratitude to everyone and all those using their energy to lift themselves and anyone outside of themselves up.

Seattle Weekly Review | Wednesday, Aug 26 2009
Luc and the Lovingtons: Feel the Warmth

When Winthrop, Wash., resident Luc Reynaud went to the storm-battered Gulf Coast in 2005, he expected to volunteer, not start an album. But four years later, the effects of that trip are draped all over his band's latest LP, Feel the Warmth. There's a definite "Kumbaya" appeal mixed into the disc's 13 songs (even the album's name comes across like a giant hug), although that's not a bad thing. Beneath all that, Reynaud and crew are delicately telling stories of those lands far away. On "Diembereng," recorded in Senegal in 2007, the kora, djembe, and talking drum take the forefront. Senegalese/Seattleite Thione Diop is also featured on the song, as Reynaud sings about the joys of life in Africa—a sharp contrast to what many of us hear on the news. Perhaps the disc's best tune, "Freedom Song," was recorded two years earlier at a refuge for Hurricane Katrina victims in Baton Rouge, La. As Reynaud's playful guitar strumming is matched with the harmonizing of children from the shelter, the healing power of music practically jumps through the speakers. The rest of the album was recorded in Seattle. Other songs, like album opener "I'm Awake," featuring children from a Madrona preschool, and "I Had a Dream," are more sing-along, and similarly warming to the soul. Ultimately, if what John Mayer would sound like in the world-music arena rather than in the pop realm sounds good to you, Feel the Warmth should do you some good. JONATHAN CUNNINGHAM


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ROBERTA RÀ

GREAT MUSIC THAT MAKES ME FEEL GOOOOOOD :-))) GREAT LYRIC
ABSOLUTLY FANTASTIC - GREAT JOB KEEP ON WRINTING JOYFUL MUSIC, THANKS A LOT, RÀ ROBERTA