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Afrofunk Experience Live at the Boom Boom Room with DJ-Love [Shalon's Event]

  • Oct 22, 2010 · 10:00 PM
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An ambrosial mix of musical interpretations influenced by the African diaspora, created in a collective and organic manner:
http://www.facebook.c... The Afrofunk Experience Songwriters and performers on Sila and The Afrofunk Experience's "Funkiest Man in Africa" and "Black Presidemt" The ensemble's well-balanced instrumentation of dual guitars, bass, drums, percussion, and a trio of horns ensures a wide dynamic range. Band co-founder, and bassist Wendell Rand (Pleasuremaker, Tracorum, Youssoupha Siddibe), leads the cast off with his muscular, low end dance grooves. Tasteful, a...nd very groovy drummer, Paul Oliphant is a serious study in funk/rock drum work. Guitarist David James (Beth Custer), former six-string slinger for the Coup and Michael Franti's Spearhead, brings his explorative, sinewy, rhythmic approach to counter guitarist Ken Houses' (H. P. Riot, Wade Love Band), chunky funk rhythms and funk metal solos that recall the heyday of Parliament-Funkadelic. Saxophonist David Boyce (Broun Fellinis, Ronkat Spearman), trumpeter Mike Pitre (Bohemian Knuckle Boogie, Joe louis Walker), and trombonist Andre Webb (Howard Wiley), also "evoke powerful touchstones, from classic Wailers to Ethiopian-style R&B of the early '70s. AFE would like to introduce dynamic and powerfully sultry, lead vocalist, Sandy Tili (Wade Love band) " An ambrosial mix of musical interpretations influenced by the African diaspora, created in a collective and organic manner"
http://www.archive.or.... This will be the first of the last few SF performances this year. Afrofunk Experience is going into the studio in December AFE DJ B- Love "I'm just sayin'. can we do this? I live in the dj capital of the world. unfortunately alotta people that live here don't realize it. I'm generally real mellow, but I can get ^%$**! I'm getting older and I like it. Music is my life. Now i must ghostride my whip. aight!"

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