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Vinyl LP pressing. Classically burnished modern soul flex with strong Afro-diasporic roots, from Reginald Omas Mamode, member of the illustrious clan with Mo Colours, Jeen Bassa and fam in Omas Sextet. Running through 'Stand Strong' are themes encompassing a distaste for humanity's collective responses to the hierarchical systems that the ruling classes have conjured, past abuses and present economic and physical slavery on our and our children's future. Throughout, the overall message remains of hope for a better future. There's a subtlety in delivering these ideas and concepts: Afro Mulatto expressions and inspirations of negro spiritual are articulated with clarity through intuitive instrumentalism, raw drums, natty funk bass, soulful fender Rhodes, and Creole percussive patterns. "Through this powerful vessel we call music, my hope is to inspire love, unity, and raise a positive consciousness and vibration."
Vinyl LP pressing. Classically burnished modern soul flex with strong Afro-diasporic roots, from Reginald Omas Mamode, member of the illustrious clan with Mo Colours, Jeen Bassa and fam in Omas Sextet. Running through 'Stand Strong' are themes encompassing a distaste for humanity's collective responses to the hierarchical systems that the ruling classes have conjured, past abuses and present economic and physical slavery on our and our children's future. Throughout, the overall message remains of hope for a better future. There's a subtlety in delivering these ideas and concepts: Afro Mulatto expressions and inspirations of negro spiritual are articulated with clarity through intuitive instrumentalism, raw drums, natty funk bass, soulful fender Rhodes, and Creole percussive patterns. "Through this powerful vessel we call music, my hope is to inspire love, unity, and raise a positive consciousness and vibration."
4062548037111

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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 06/03/2022
UPC: 4062548037111

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Vinyl LP pressing. Classically burnished modern soul flex with strong Afro-diasporic roots, from Reginald Omas Mamode, member of the illustrious clan with Mo Colours, Jeen Bassa and fam in Omas Sextet. Running through 'Stand Strong' are themes encompassing a distaste for humanity's collective responses to the hierarchical systems that the ruling classes have conjured, past abuses and present economic and physical slavery on our and our children's future. Throughout, the overall message remains of hope for a better future. There's a subtlety in delivering these ideas and concepts: Afro Mulatto expressions and inspirations of negro spiritual are articulated with clarity through intuitive instrumentalism, raw drums, natty funk bass, soulful fender Rhodes, and Creole percussive patterns. "Through this powerful vessel we call music, my hope is to inspire love, unity, and raise a positive consciousness and vibration."
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