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This is awesome!

April 03, 2017

I'm over here jammin'. This is great it like The Gap Band mixed with Prince mixed with Frankie Beverly and Maze mixed with Originality! What's missing in music! Love it!" 

- Joy Nicole Smith, Poet

Review of "Tell Me What You Want" from Bourgeoisie Paper Jam's album, Higher Up, Deeper In.

Oh, this is CLASSIC!

April 01, 2017

That bass is so slinky and funky with the pop coming behind the beat—it’s like the line on Cheryl Lynn's Forget Me Nots; the bass player understands that Funk is about timing not getting a million popcorn hits in. It's like Bernard Edwards, Gary Grainger, and Louis Johnson with a Marcus Miller tone. The vocal phrasing doubling reminds me of Prince and the lyrics and performance are great. The lyrics are great. Love the keyboards—sounds and laid back tasteful playing. The guitar solo evokes bands like Funkadelic, Slave, and the Isleys when there was a smoking soloist as part of an R&B band. The drummer is keeping it super tight with nice splash hits on the ONE.

This is excellent R&B!!

-Jeff Roberts

Goodness gracious, bass madness!

April 03, 2017

Bass galore in the intro and throughout (I mean that in a good way). Cool use of bass to set up the texture! Pretty quirky song and really cool! The vocals that are added later are very effective. It sort of reminds me of something Les Claypool would do. There's some masterly bass playing in this track for sure, or if it's keyboard bass it's REALLY convincing.

-Josh Walker

(Fort Mill, South Carolina, United States)

(A review of "Do You Hear Me Now?" on new Billow Red album)

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