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The Frightnrs - Nothing More to Say (2016)

VÖ: 2.9.2016 auf Daptone
Klingt fast ein bisschen wie: Desmond Dekker, Jimmy Cliff, Charles Bradley
Passt gut zu: Sonne pur, Balkon, Rauch

Reggae zeichnet sich ja seit langem vor allem durch eine Gleichförmigkeit aus, die engagierte Musikhörer in den meisten Fällen abstößt.  195 more words

Bestenliste 2016

The Frightnrs - "Nothing More To Say"

Dave S. SoDo

As we cross over the threshold of winter’s frosty, unforgiving doorway, the collective attitude surrounding us is one of deflation and an impending dormancy in which many of us lie down, defeated, wondering if we can lick our wounds, decompress, and restore ourselves enough to bring any semblance of order and solace into a new year on this planet. 573 more words

Music Reviews

SONG OF THE DAY The Frightnrs - Till Then

You may have noticed that Brooklyn’s reggae stars, The Frightnrs have cropped up on my pages a few times recently, I can’t help it, just love them! 213 more words

New York

SONG OF THE DAY Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings - How Do I Let A Good Man Down?

This was the first Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings track I ever heard many moons ago, my friend recorded it for me on a compilation and I loved it instantly.   94 more words


SONG OF THE DAY The Frightnrs - Nothing More To Say

I know it was less than a couple of weeks that I featured the marvellous sounds of the Frigtnrs, but I am enjoying them so much that I really want share some more of their lovely sounds today! 182 more words

New York

SONG OF THE DAY The Frightnrs - The Dispute

Daptone records pride themselves on producing exquisite vintage sounds and with Brooklyn’s reggae stars, The Frightnrs the label has mastered the art of producing a superb and polished 60’s-sounding dancehall album. 133 more words

5 Favorite Records: December 2016

There have been a lot of dismal things about this year but it’s almost over and there have been some damn fine musical releases.  In my top five are a couple of classic blues-rock records, some newer releases from my favorite labels, and some local Brooklyn boys.   23 more words

Classic Rock