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The Brand New Heavies - Brother Sister mp3 album

The Brand New Heavies - Brother Sister mp3 album Performer: The Brand New Heavies
Title: Brother Sister
Style: Acid Jazz, Future Jazz, Funk
Country: Europe
Size MP3: 1830 mb
Size FLAC: 1845 mb
Rating: 4.8
Format: AHX DXD WAV MP3 AIFF MP4 XM

Brother Sister is an album by the Brand New Heavies, released on March 22, 1994 by Delicious Vinyl. It spawned several singles, including "Spend Some Time" which spent two weeks at number two on the American dance charts. A cover of Maria Muldaur's "Midnight at the Oasis" became popular in the UK, but was not included in the US version of the album

The Brand New Heavies. This album finds the BNH heading back to the groove-driven, horn-splashed, hand-clapping funk of their debut album, with N'Dea Davenport stepping back into her role as diva/lead vocalist. Following the string of distinguished rappers who made BNH's sophomore album a brave if not wholly successful attempt to infuse rap with the energy of live instruments, Davenport delivers the consistency that was missing from that effort. Repeated listens show this album to be catchier than it initially seems (as long as one avoids "Fake," tone of the most.

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Artist: The Brand New Heavies Track: Brother Sister Album: Brother Sister (1994) Bass Player: Andrew Levy. Soundwise your aiming for a blend of both pickups with the tone rolled off (depending on what bass you have). There are fills on the last time through the 2nd chorus and pre- verse before the 3rd chorus which are a bit complicated for me to work out, but you can work them out for yourselves or be creative.

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List of all The Brand New Heavies tickets and tour dates for 2019. Success continued for the Heavies with 1994’s Brother Sister, which went Platinum in the UK. Davenport left the group to pursue a solo career, with singer Siedah Garrett taking over vocal responsibilities, with her first feature with the band being on 1997’s Shelter. After two successful greatest hits albums, released on both sides of the atlantic, Davenport decided to reunite with the group, joining them early in 2006.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Have A Good Time
Keyboards, Backing Vocals – Mike BoitoSaxophone, Backing Vocals – Ray GaskinsWritten-By – A. Levy*, J. Kincaid*, N. Davenport*, S. Bartholomew*
3:12
2 Brother Sister
Backing Vocals – J. Kincaid*, N'Dea*Written-By – A. Levy*, J. Kincaid*, N. Davenport*, S. Bartholomew*
4:46
3 Dream On Dreamer
Engineer – Special T.Keyboards – Amp Fiddler, N'Dea*Mixed By – Mark "Spike" Stent*Written-By – D. Austin*, N. Davenport*
4:53
4 Midnight At The Oasis
Keyboards – Neil CowleyRecorded By – Mark McGuireTrumpet – John ThirkellWritten-By – David Nichtern
4:05
5 Back To Love
Engineer – Martin Schmeize*Written-By, Vocals – J. Kincaid*
4:49
6 Ten Ton Take
Keyboards – Max BeesleyRecorded By – John LakerTrumpet – Kevin Robinson Written-By – A. Levy*, J. Kincaid*, S. Bartholomew*
3:28
7 Mind Trips
Recorded By – Chris JonesWritten-By – A. Levy*, J. Kincaid*, N. Davenport*, S. Bartholomew*
5:47
8 Spend Some Time
Keyboards – Mike BoitoWritten-By – A. Levy*, A. Cheung*
4:24
9 Keep Together
Written-By, Backing Vocals, Percussion – J. Kincaid*
4:21
10 Snake Hips
Written-By – A. Levy*, J. Kincaid*, S. Bartholomew*
2:04
11 Fake
Written-By – A. Levy*, J. Kincaid*, N. Davenport*, S. Bartholomew*
4:34
12 People Giving Love
Keyboards – A. Levy*Written-By – A. Levy*, N. Davenport*, S. Bartholomew*
5:06
13 Worlds Keep Spinning
Trombone – Fiyaz Virgi*Written-By, Vocals, Percussion – J. Kincaid*
5:08
14 Forever
Mixed By – Yo Yo*Recorded By [Strings] – Eric SarafinWritten-By, Backing Vocals, Percussion – J. Kincaid*
5:32
15 Day Break
Written-By – A. Levy*, J. Kincaid*, N. Davenport*, S. Bartholomew*
5:25

Credits

  • Arranged By [Strings] – Aaron Zigman (tracks: 7, 8), A. Levy* (tracks: 8), Suzi Takayama (tracks: 3, 14)
  • Artwork By [Sleeve] – Unknown, The
  • Backing Vocals – Brady Blade (tracks: 1, 11), N'Dea* (tracks: 3, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14)
  • Backing Vocals, Percussion – A. Levy* (tracks: 1, 11, 15), J. Kincaid* (tracks: 1, 11, 15), N'Dea* (tracks: 1, 11, 15), S. Bartholomew* (tracks: 1, 11, 15)
  • Bass – Andrew Levy
  • Drums, Keyboards – Jan Kincaid
  • Flugelhorn – Gerard Presencer (tracks: 2, 3)
  • Flute – Mike Smith (tracks: 3, 14)
  • Guitar – Simon Bartholomew
  • Mastered By – Kevin Metcalfe
  • Mixed By – Eric Sarafin, Mark McGuire (tracks: 4, 13), Michael Ross (tracks: 5, 7), The Brand New Heavies
  • Other [Production Coordinator] – Brady Blade
  • Percussion – A. Levy* (tracks: 3, 7), Jeff Scantlebury (tracks: 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 12), N'Dea* (tracks: 13), S. Bartholomew* (tracks: 9), TBNH* (tracks: 2, 7, 10, 14)
  • Photography By – Richard Warren
  • Producer – The Brand New Heavies
  • Recorded By – Special T. (tracks: 10, 11), Yo Yo*
  • Saxophone – Mike Smith (tracks: 4, 6, 10, 11, 13, 15), Steve Williamson (tracks: 2, 5, 12)
  • Trombone – Dennis Rollins (tracks: 2, 4, 5, 6, 10, 11, 12, 15)
  • Trumpet – Gerard Presencer (tracks: 2, 5, 10, 11, 13, 15)
  • Vocals – N'Dea Davenport

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: A-036

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
828 490.2 The Brand New Heavies Brother Sister ‎(CD, Album) FFRR 828 490.2 Europe 1994
828 490.2 The Brand New Heavies Brother Sister ‎(CD, Album) FFRR, Acid Jazz 828 490.2 Europe 1994
PRCD 5499 The Brand New Heavies Brother Sister ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Delicious Vinyl, EastWest Records America PRCD 5499 US 1994
2-92319 The Brand New Heavies Brother Sister ‎(CD, Album) Delicious Vinyl 2-92319 US 1994
828 557.2 The Brand New Heavies Brother Sister ‎(CD, Album) FFRR 828 557.2 Europe 1994