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Label : Trade Vibe
Release : 2022
Cortex's "Pourquoi" is a classic French jazz-funk album that has stood the test of time. Originally released in 1976, the album is now available on vinyl and is a must-have for any serious collector of the genre.
From the opening track "Mary et Jeff" to the closing track "Chanson d'un jour d'hiver," the album is a journey through the band's unique sound. Led by the talented keyboardist Alain Mion, the band creates a sound that is both funky and sophisticated, with intricate arrangements and clever instrumentation.
One of the standout tracks on the album is "Huit Octobre 1971,which showcases the band's exceptional musicianship and improvisational skills. The interplay between the saxophone, guitar, and drums is simply electrifying. The track starts with a haunting piano melody and builds to a powerful climax, showcasing the band's ability to convey emotion through their music.
Another highlight is "La Rue," a funky track with a catchy bassline and a lively horn section. The track is a great showcase for the band's tight musicianship and infectious energy.
In short, Cortex's "Pourquoi" is a timeless album that deserves a place in any jazz-funk collection
|B1||Runnin' From You||4:46|
|B4||Make Me Love You||4:10|