“…a quintet that plays funky, frisky music equally influenced by jam bands, hip-hop D.J.s and 1970s fusion… Their star is on the rise.”
– New York Times
“Masters of full-on, soul-kissed, garage punk-funk and jazz grooves… progressive rappers should be queuing out the door for their blessing.”
“The band settles into nuanced grooves with an innate respect for the past, a reverence for the Headhunters, Stevie Wonder, the Meters and the voodoo of the tape machine.”
– Huffington Post
Camden Session is a snapshot of the band’s explosive energy, groove-heavy sequences, and unrivalled togetherness. Their playing is modern and innovative, yet contains rich echoes of Weather Report, Return to Forever, early Earth Wind and Fire, and Zappa.
Remastered! Includes unreleased duet with Lee Fields
1. Body and Soul 2. Atomic Bomb 3. Good Name 4. Something You Will Never Forget 5. Why Go to Ware