Charles Bradley & Menahan Street Band - Live From The House Of Soul
Daptone Records, the fiercely independent label that has been delivering the gold standard for real soulful music for over a decade, is launching a video series of performances by its artists recorded live in the backyard of their Bushwick studio headquarters, affectionately known as "The House of Soul".
Live from the House of Soul will debut with a full concert by Charles Bradley, followed by episodes from Antibalas, Menahan Street Band, The Mystery Lights, and more. The first installment of Live From The House Of Soul is directed by Poull Brien and shot in the backyard of Daptone's House of Soul in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
It features Charles Bradley at his best with the Menahan Street Band. Bradley's voice has evolved from a lifetime of paying dues, having nomadically labored for decades at various day jobs from Maine to Alaska - singing and performing in his spare time - before re-settling in his hometown Brooklyn and eventually finding a musical home at Dunham. In his distinctively rough-hewn timbre, one hears the unmistakable voice of experience - each note and gruff inflection a reflection of his extended, sometimes rocky, personal path. It's only fitting that producer, Brenneck (also a member of The Dap-Kings and The Budos Band), would recognize in Bradley a kindred musical spirit - a singer whose performances exude both raw power and poignant beauty.
This Live From The House Of Soul series gives viewers an intimate look into the legendary stable of Daptone artists performing at home in a unique setting. The series will be completely produced in-house and feature the tough sound that Daptone has become famous for. More episodes are currently in production. Bradley's upcoming album, Changes, is out April 1st, 2016 on Daptone Records.
This Live From The House Of Soul -Track Listing: "Love Bug" "Where Do We Go From Here?" "Victim Of Love" "Confusion" "The World (Is Going Up In Flames)" "Crying In The Chapel" "Strictly Reserved For You" The DVD also includes bonus music videos for "Where Do We Go From Here?, " "Strictly Reserved For You, " "The World (Is Going Up In Flames), " and "Heartaches & Pain."
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