Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings - 100 Days, 100 Nights album flac
Title: 100 Days, 100 Nights
Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul
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100 Days, 100 Nights is the third studio album by American funk band Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings. Recorded in 2006, it was released on Daptone Records October 2, 2007. 100 Days, 100 Nights contains influences from sixties era funk and afrobeats. The album was recorded by Bosco Mann at the in house studios of Daptone Records, using a completely analogue system as well as releasing 45's on vinyl with the intent of creating an old school sound reminiscent of the original funk of the 1960s.
100 Days, 100 Nights. Featuring The Dap-Kings. Wait a minute Maybe I need to slow it down just a little; take my time. I had a man (100 days), tell me things (100 nights) Made me feel (100 days), just like a queen (100 nights) And I thought (100 days), he was the one (100 nights) I would hold (100 days), oh yes I did (100 nights) But one day (100 days), I looked around (100. nights) That old man (100 days), was nowhere to be found (100 nights) 100 days (100 days) for this heart to unfold (100 days 100 nights) . 100 Days, 100 Nights" Track Info. Luke Cage (Original Soundtrack Album) Ali Shaheed Muhammad & Adrian Younge. 1. Good Man. 2. Mesmerized. 3. Ain’t It A Sin. 4. Stop and Look (And You Have Found Love) (Missing Lyrics). 5. 100 Days, 100 Nights.
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Sharon Jones, the big-voiced lead singer of the Dap-Kings - a band that recently began making its name known outside those enthusiasts of the Daptone label and the reaches of the soul community thanks to appearances with Amy Winehouse and work for Mark Ronson, including a version of Dylan's "Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go. Mine)" - is no music-world neophyte. 100 Days, 100 Nights is just her third full-length with the Dap-Kings, but Jones has been singing on and off since the 1970s, without much of a break until she began working with her current label. The album is much smoother, even gentler, than her previous releases, and though the Dap-Kings still power their way through the ten songs with bright horn licks, inspired drumming, and staccato guitar lines, there's a deeper, bluesier edge to the record, heard in "Let Them Knock" or the slower "Humble M.
The Supremes-esque Tell Me showcases Jones’ phenomenal vocal control, while Nobody’s Baby riffs over a swinging R&B beat. There are quieter moments in the barnstorming party, however: Humble Me is a smooth ballad laced with raw emotion, and Answer Me sees Jones returning to her gospel roots. 100 Days, 100 Nights Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings. The Supremes-esque Tell Me showcases Jones’ phenomenal vocal control, while Nobody’s Baby riffs over a swinging R&B beat.
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings.
It’s tempting to say Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings’ 100 Days, 100 Nights is among the absolute finest contemporary R&B records of the past few years, but there’s truly nothing about the album that’s contemporary.