Label: Diynamic Music - DIYNAMIC CD04 • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic • Style: House, Deep House, Tech House, Disco
The biggest change here comes courtesy of guest singer Tracee Meynwho appears on more than half the album and whose own tones blend as a fine counterpoint to Ost 's own distinct falsetto. Further, on "Seraphine" and especially the excellent "A New Deal," the appearance of some of Meyn 's gospel-singing partners adds further kick.
The two parts of "Bluecheeseblues" take an even further turn to the unexpected when the first song proves to be a guitar-driven acoustic blues number that sets up a near Tom Waits -like galumphing cabaret crunch. It interrupts the slick flow of the album in brilliant fashion, while the second part takes the lyrics and verse structure back into that flow without missing a beat, the skeletal guitar sliding over the rhythms just so. Add in the addition of musical saw on "Continental Lover" and further twists in the arrangements -- as especially evident on the excellent if almost haphazard title track with its call-and-response drama and break -- and in all Cajun Lunch is another spirited, joyful listen that promises yet more for the future.
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Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Recording We Got Ticket To Moon - Ost & Kjex - Cajun Lunch Ostio Ostlo. Track Listing. Doodling - Omnivore - Black Smoker Got Ticket To Moon.
Continental Lover. A New Deal. Cajun Lunch. Bluecheeseblues Pt. The Yellow Man. Lets Set The Time. Spotify Amazon.
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