While West Seattle Soul featuring The Pulsations is not presently performing, you can check out the music via links below. More info on WSS…
West Seattle Soul presents The Pulsations’ rendition of the Manu Dibango Afro-funk classic Soul Makossa, available now via the link above. 7″ single was released 1/31/2020 with b-side original Black River.
Hot from the mastering house and available online and on CD:
Here’s the first single, A Tiger for William Kentridge –> full album arriving shortly! Bandcamp: https://jessicalurie.bandcamp.com/track/a-tiger-for-william-kentridge
Apple Music / iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/a-tiger-for-william-kentridge/1318081785
JR Rhodes: I Am — > https://jrrhodes.bandcamp.com/
- ‘I Am’ is about being true to who we are & sharing our story. Sharing our story is, in my belief, one of our greatest contributions…
JR performed “Easy Street” as part of the Om Johari-produced tribute to the late Phoebe Snow, Truly moving. If you haven’t heard her before, this gives a sense of the magic captured on “I Am.”
Amy Denio: The Big Embrace –> https://amydenio.bandcamp.com/album/the-big-embrace-2
Paul Benoit: King of Delusion –> https://paulbenoit.bandcamp.com/
- Seattle guitarist, singer, and songwriter Paul Benoit has just released his 10th studio album, KING OF DELUSION. It blends rock, blues, pop, and Americana themes with lush horn melodies, explosive guitar work, and skillful song-craft…
Remixes of Full Fathom Five +1!!
Featuring Jessica Lurie, Skerik, Naomi Siegel, Kate Olson, D’Vonne Lewis, and Evan Flory-Barnes • Recorded by Steve Kennedy Williams at Seattle’s The Royal Room, and remixed by Jessica Lurie
- OU •
- Zion80 •
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FILM & MUSIC
Documentary film and music have been coupled in my work often, and TWO films that I worked on were recently streaming on KCTS (Seattle’s PBS affiliate).
1) Paradigm Studio’s groundbreaking documentary Icons Among Us: Jazz In The Present Tense is in rotation on Reel NW: http://kcts9.org/reel-nw/icons-among-us
2) M.A.D. NW’s The Otherside, a great look at NW hip hop – roots to present day – was up at KCTS 9 Documentaries: http://video.kcts9.org/