Hypnotized by The Tiki Collective
From the album
Carlos Del Junco brings a memorable Harmonica, Attila Fias on Rhodes has some standout moments too.
About the Album
Muse is the debut album by The Tiki Collective: an all-star Toronto band featuring fifteen incredible guest vocalists. The name Muse carries with it two meanings: Firstly as a noun, “to honour a person who is a source of artistic inspiration”, and secondly as a verb, because they “mused” over how to create a fresh new sound. The album is a blend of exotica, jazz, and pop music that will have you dreaming of beaches, palm trees, and wondrous sunsets. The melodies are timeless, while the production is modern and seamless. The recording features new arrangements of popular songs including “Don’t Fear The Reaper” and “The Sweetest Taboo,” as well as exquisite classic rarities such as “All Too Soon” and “Chelsea Bridge.” Also featured are original compositions “Dreaming” and “The Wanderer”. Muse will be released on Friday, August 31st, 2018 by Vesuvius Music and distributed worldwide by Slammin’ Media via Believe Distribution.
I've Never Left Your Arms; Harlem Nocturne; Hypnotized; Mountain High, Valley Low; Mood Indigo; Don't Fear the Reaper; All Too Soon; Sweetest Taboo; I'll Be Seeing You; Quizas Quizas Quizas; Chelsea Bridge; Dreaming; The Wanderer;
Genevieve Marentette: Vocals; Joanna Majoko: Vocals; Heather Luckhart: Vocals; The Willows: Vocals; Lily Frost: Vocals; Tyra Jutai: Vocals; Melissa Lauren: Vocals; Jocelyn Barth: Vocals; Paget: Vocals; Jessica LaLonde: Vocals; Irene Torres: Vocals; Mingjia Chen: Vocals; Avery Raquel: Vocals; Denielle Bassels: Vocals; Eric St-Laurent: Guitar; George Koller: Electric and Acoustic Bass; Great Bob Scott: Drums and Percussion; Attila Fias: Piano and Rhodes; Michael Davidson: Vibraphone; Ernie Tollar: Alto Sax and Flutes; Drew Jurecka: Violin; Bill McBirnie: Flute; Carlos Del Junco: Harmonica; John MacMurchy: Baritone Sax; Tom Walsh : Trombone; Jono Grant: Electric Sitar;
October 26, 2018
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