Label: Sequel Records - NEXLP 202 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul • Style: Funk, Soul-Jazz
Invigorating head music done Rastafarian style by Cymande. A laid-back "One More" lulls you into subliminal meditation before "Getting It Back" jolts you into some scintillating Jamaican funk-fusion.
Equitorial Forest - Cymande - Cymande a message in many of Cymande 's cuts, with "Listen," and "Bra" a recognition of the women's lib movementthe Untitled - C-utter & Oikos - Noviembre 2004 inspiring.
Both are sung with passion, and are skillfully executed; the former is slow and painstaking in its message, while "Bra" slaps you upside the head with a stirring sax solo and bass-fueled vamp. An air of supreme coolness permeates Cymandeunusual for a first effort written by members of the band. Cymande sound like they have done this before; nowhere is this more evident than on the beautiful "Dove," a gorgeous concoction of lead guitar, tambourines, haunting backing vocals, and percussion, with the horns used as sparingly as table-seasoning on a gourmet dish.
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