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|2.||"It's All About Love"|
|4.||"Brother Where Are You?"|
|5.||"Standing In The Need Of Prayer"|
|6.||"Song For My Mother"|
|7.||"Tomorrow Never Knows"|
|8.||"Thank You Master"|
|9.||"Desert Fairy Princess"|
|10.||"Walkin' To Paradise"|
|11.||"These Things You Are To Me"|
|12.||"Same Other Time"|
On his previous album, 2017's "Inspirations", veteran jazz vocalist Dwight Trible joined forces with Manchester bandleader Matthew Halsall to cover some of his favourite songs. Two years on, the Los Angeles-based artist returns with a set of mostly new compositions recorded with a backing band including broken beat veteran Mark de Clive-Lowe on keys (thrillingly, fellow LA resident Kamasi Washington also features on title track "Mothership"). It's an impressive album, all told, with Trible's soulful, impassioned vocals and conscious, hard-hitting lyrics providing a constant source of inspiration on tracks that are variously impressively spiritual, intensely psychedelic, delightfully uplifting and seductively soulful.
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