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Maceo by Lakecia Benjamin

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Album Title: ReTox
Label: Frame
Released: 2013

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Fiona's Comments

This is the kind of music to start the weekend off. A fun tune that had me smiling wide before it was over.

About the Album

Lakecia Benjamin's unique new contribution to the future of soul and funk on her debut album is sure to win over fans of acts from Maceo Parker and Sharon Jones to Adele and Erykah Badu. In keeping with her eclectic style, the tracks are a mix of vocal and instrumental joints ranging from peaceful to party jams like “Maceo,” a period-perfect, JB's-style tribute to funky sax legend Maceo Parker.

Track Listing

1. Soulsquad; 2. Keep Talkin’; 3. Maceo; 4. Share My Life; 5. My Love; 6. Human Being; 7. Jump and Shout; 8. Smile; 9. Get Down; 10. Don’t You Worry ‘Bout The Thing (S.Wonder); 11. Dreams; 12. Slow Juice.

Personnel

Lakecia Benjamin
Lakecia Benjamin

saxophone, alto

Additional Personnel

Lakecia Benjamin (sax alto e soprano); Solomon Dorsey (basso); Jesse Fischer (tastiere, organo); Chris Rob (tastiere, organo 2,4,7); Shelton Gardner (chitarra); Louis Cato (chitarra 2,4,7); Brandee Younger (arpa 4); Jonathan Powell (tromba, flicorno); Mark Williams (trombone 2,7); Nick Roseboro (tromba 1,3,6,8,10); Andre Murchison (trombone 3); Amp Fiddler (voce 2); Tracy Nicole (voce 2); Jacoria Marzett (voce 4); Whosane (rap 4); Kristle Warren (voce 5); Mavis Swaan Poole (voce 6); Chinah Blac (voce 7); Maya Azucena (voce 8); Melanie Charles (voce 11).

Reviews

  • Retox by AAJ Italy Staff

Date featured

July 27, 2012

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