Mellow Veneer | A Little Late

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A Little Late

by Mellow Veneer

Soulful pop smeared with funk butter
Genre: Urban/R&B: Soul
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1. T.F.K.
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2. Catfight
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3. Rock Opera
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3:52 $0.99
4. Meditations
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4:48 $0.99
5. Porno
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6. Drop
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4:37 $0.99
7. Space Choir
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3:11 $0.99
8. Take A Pause
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4:46 $0.99
9. Lucid Dreams (Live)
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10. Pop Won't Stop (Live)
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11. Trick Hoes (Live)
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12. Drop (Remix)
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Album Notes
a promising local band from Philly...
soulful pop smeared with funk butter...
feels so good...

Lily Wonder - Vocals
Candy Apples - Keys
T-Mobile - Drums
Golden Child - Bass


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Nancy Thomason

A Little Late
This band it just waiting to be "discovered"! They are already there! Incredible vocals, excellent keyboard...I love it!!!!

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Reaching deep into the soul of Philly for these 12 joints, this foursome evokes an enormous amount of feeling, especially considering the musicians rely on little more than a tight rhythm section and a variance of keyboard sounds. What they conjure up is a mix of old and new, as if Jill Scott were singing lead for Sly & The Family Stone and a little hip hop wiggled its way into the middle. The focus here is on Lily Wonder and her tremendous vocal range, able to quietly whisper face to face and then step away and wail. Couple that with some incredibly fierce keyboard work, and it's a sound that's pure, simple, but never easy. The lyrics are confrontational, sad but true, but equally full of redemption. This is the essence of this kind of soul music: A story that grips you along with the music, reeling you in and taking you on a ride. This comes through brilliantly on the bonus live tracks that round out this compelling R&B record.