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Chris Daniels & the Kings

Stealin’ The Covers

2008-11-10

Review Chris Daniels & the Kings’ Stealin’ The Covers is a fun big band/rock album, it’s hard to label their sound because it has elements of big band, blues, funk, and rock. This is a collection of hit songs that Chris Daniels & the Kings recorded over their 25 year history as well as some new material recorded in 2008. I have to admit that I didn’t know what to expect because I didn’t know too much about this group. Boy was I surprised! The horn section makes this group stand out as a unique horn-rock band, with just enough brass to pull of a big band sound. This is a world class recording that is diverse in its musical offerings that can attract fans of all kinds. –Corey Jones Focus tracks: 1, 3, 4, 8, & 9

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