The Souljazz Orchestra | Solidarity

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Solidarity

by The Souljazz Orchestra

A gritty set of heavyweight new songs from The Souljazz Orchestra, mixing soul, jazz and tropical styles, unified by a message of positive social change.
Genre: Jazz: African Jazz
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1. Bibinay
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6:23 album only
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2. Kelen Ati Leen
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3:39 album only
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3. Cartão Postal
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3:55 album only
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4. Ya Basta
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3:42 album only
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5. Jericho
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3:26 album only
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6. Serve and Protect
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7. Conquering Lion
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8. Kingpin
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9. Tanbou Lou
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10. Nijaay
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Solidarity is an eclectic collaborative album featuring a range of unique artists from Canada's vibrant underground scene, including Senegalese-Canadian artist Élage M'baye, Brazilian-Canadian singer-songwriter Rômmel Teixeira Ribeiro, and Jamaican-Canadian vocalist Slim Moore, better known for his work with the Mar-Kays. Rooted in rhythmically rich musical traditions of the past, the Souljazz Orchestra have kept their eyes firmly on the future, pushing the boundaries of soul, jazz and tropical styles with a new set of heavyweight songs, unified by an underlying message of positive social change.


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