Oliver, Junior: Bristol Fashion (A Unity Sextet Release)

Oliver, Junior SKU: 29054671
Junior Oliver: Bristol Fashion (A Unity Sextet Release)

Oliver, Junior: Bristol Fashion (A Unity Sextet Release)

Oliver, Junior SKU: 29054671

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Bristol Fashion (A Unity Sextet Release)
Label: Loa Records LTD
Product Type: VINYL LP

Limited vinyl LP pressing. Produced by Lack of Afro, Bristol Fashion is by Junior Oliver - the bass player in the fictional group Unity Sextet. It is the third phase in the Unity Sextet series of albums and the first in three years. Featuring Lack of Afro on various instruments, the album also features guest musicians Rory Simmons (Jamie Cullum), George Cooper (Nigel Kennedy), Chip Wickham (The New Mastersounds), Lukas Drinkwater (Lack of Afro) and Charlie Hearnshaw (Peng). Characteristically heavy on the bass and drums, the album combines reflective jazz ('Ariel', 'Mary Hancock'), melodic quirkiness ('Hey Yo Mr White!'), summery Latin stompers ('Cachaoito') and fuzzed out madness ('The Big Muff'), fusing disparate musical influences, but managing somehow to make total sense.

1.1 Ariel
1.2 Mary Hancock
1.3 Cachaoito
1.4 Hey Yo Mr White!
1.5 The Big Muff
1.6 Hendricks
1.7 Fatback Fly
1.8 Junior Goes Electric
1.9 Interlude 8
1.10 Blues ; Twos
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