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Shapes Of Music, Vol 2

Shapes Of Music, Vol 2 by Statik Link buy album

Statik Link

Label: Onza Records
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

1. Summertime Magic 2. The Show 3. At That Moment 4. Tempered 5. Illiad Vibes 6. Knowing Is Half The Battle 7. Little Foot Flow 8. It Goes A Little Something Like This 9. No Where 10. Knots

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Instruments Played, Produced and Arranged By Statik Link. Recorded At Onza Records and Kaleidoscope Sound by Statik Link and Basma Abdelkader. Photography by Christian "Dj Roodz" Roodal.

Album Description

Following the success of Shapes Of Music, Vol. 1, Statik Link brings us the second installment of his Shapes Of Music series, "Shapes Of Music" Volume 2. Shapes Of Music is an instrumental Soul and Jazz EP series produced by Statik Link. Going back to the basics, the album consists of 10, instrumental tracks featuring live horns, piano, bass, guitars, and vintage synths all played by Statik Link. Recorded through the same equipment used by some of Jazz’s greatest musicians, Statik captures the sound of Soul and Jazz that was popular in the 1970s with a modern twist. Tracks like "Summertime Magic", and "No Where" feature a $90,000, hand built, Steinway Grand Piano. The trumpet, saxophones, and Drums were recorded with vintage microphones for a tone like no other. Tap play, close your eyes, and visualize the Shapes Of Music.


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