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Kelly Finnigan - Debut Album - Colemine Records - Listen & Read


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Kelly Finnigan - The Tales People Tell - Colemine Records

The debut solo album ‘The Tales People Tell' from the recent much talked lead singer of the Monophonics Kelly Finnigan got a release just.

Out now via Colemine Records, you can read and listen in full below...

Release date 26th April 2019 

Formats  LP / CD / CS /DOWNLOAD

Kelly guided the songs on ‘The Tales People Tell’ from their conception all the way to the record pressing plant over the course of two years. He wrote and produced each track on the record and plays 10 instruments throughout, while enlisting the help of friends and legends like drummer James Gadson (Bill Withers, Marvin Gaye, Beck), members of Monophonics, and Kelly’s own father, prominent sideman/keyboardist Mike Finnigan (Jimi Hendrix, Joe Cocker, Etta James). The result is a timeless collection underscored by a sense of community, a family affair of a record that’s at once raw and gritty, tender and emotive, lush and symphonic.

1 I Don't Wanna Wait 0:00

2 I'll Never Love Again 3:31

3 Smoking & Drinking 6:50

4 Every Time It Rains 9:45

5 Catch Me I'm Falling 13:16

6 Since I Don't Have You Anymore 16:52

7 Impressions Of You 20:48

8 I Called You Back Baby 24:42

9 Freedom 27:45

10 Can't Let Him Down 31:51 

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Not many uptempo tracks but awesome retro soul doo wop Gospel inspired album. Can anyone recommend other 2019 retro soul albums otherthan Nick Waterhouse (Excellent), Carlton Smith and Alexis Evans. Looking forward to Andrea Day and Raphael Saadiq later this year.

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5 minutes ago, odd fellows soul said:

Not many uptempo tracks but awesome retro soul doo wop Gospel inspired album. Can anyone recommend other 2019 retro soul albums otherthan Nick Waterhouse (Excellent), Charlton Smith and Alexis Evans

The new Durand Jones Lp is quality as is the new Lee Fields Lp.

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Thought track six was 60s Detroit when I heard it on the radio the other week (or had a sample from something quite familiar of that kind) but assume its just a skilful recreation of that sound. Like it.

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The track I span to a good reception last weekend was 'I called you back baby', a wonderful upbeat track with hints across the soul spectrum and even a little hip-hoppy to my ears anyway. Great album.

 

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