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Brotherhood by Igor Willcox

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Album Title: #1
Room73 Records
Released: 2017
Duration: 01:03:00

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Fiona's Comments

Flash post humans will move disjointedly like nervous neurons to these broken beats.

About the Album

Brotherhood is a funky/jazzy tune, with a very consistent groove and feeling. The album #1, is the debut album of the drummer/composer Igor Willcox. Its a mix of all Igor's influences , with a lot of funky, jazz elements. Igor shows his composer side, exploring all his musicality.

Track Listing

Brotherhood #1, The Scare #2, Old Friends #3, Julie's Blues #4, Brad Vibe #5, Thankful #6, Room 73 #7, Waltz For My Love #8, Lifetime #9.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Igor Willcox #1: drums; Clayton Sousa #2: saxophone, flute (tracks 1,2,4,6,7,8); Vini Morales #3: piano, keyboards, synths (tracks 2,4,5,7,9); Glecio Nascimento #4: electric bass, acoustic bass (tracks 4,5, 9); Erik Escobar #5: keyboards, synths (tracks 1,3,6); Rubem Farias #6: electric bass (tracks 2,3,6,8); Bocato #7: trombone (track 4); Bruno Alves #8: piano, synth (track 8); Fernando Rosa #9: electric bass (track 7); Jj Frannco #10: electric bass (track 1); Carlos Tomati #11: guitar (tracks 3,9).

Date featured

April 6, 2017

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