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April 16, 2011

Album Review The Liberators - The Liberators


The Liberators self-titled debut brings us a proper instrumental funk album from Australia with, seemingly, more horns than you have fingers.    You can file this alongside other similar modern groups such as Quantic Soul Orchestra, The Bamboos and Poets of Rhythm, all of whom bring their funk from surprisingly fresh angles on their respective albums.    The Liberators' release is a refreshing, unhurried piece of afro-soul with the occasional vocal track to spice up the flavour, most importantly on the mesmerizing funk of Let It Go.    And the first single Rags to Riches is delivered as a mock promo for a Blaxploitation film, which is proving to be a clever marketing tool.

The Liberators - Rags to Riches



THE LIBERATORS - Let It Go feat. Roxie Ray by The Liberators - Afrofunk

The Liberators - Let It Go w/Roxie Ray



The Liberators -Multiculture

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