LUBRIPHONIC

Soul Solution

2009-05-11

Lubriphonic plays upbeat blues, oxymoron, or not. Out of Chicago and boasting a talented and experienced horn section, this band will get your booty on the dance floor. Except for four songs (Walls, Mexico City Blues, Depression Suite, and Waiting for a Change…all slow) this is a danceable and fun album. The song, Another Patch of Ground, in particular, starts out slow, but it works itself into a tight groove and features a nice trumpet solo.

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