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After two successful singles and their strong debut album "Sniffin' and
Snatchin', The Soul Snatchers are back with yet another promising single! This
is just one tasty morsel from their forth coming album in 2010.
'Real Soul music never dies'. This is what the insatiable musicians of Dutch
band, The Soul Snatchers prove every time they treat a swinging crowd to their
timeless, down-to-earth Funk and Soul tunes. It is powerfully clear that their
roots are buried deep in the sexy sixties and seventies, of the 20th century.
Taking pure Soul music right across the bridge into the new century, The Soul
Snatchers combine unknown classics and original compositions for a live show
that not only appeals to connoisseurs, but just as equally to bigger and more
mainstream audiences. They don't claim to have invented Soul music, neither
do they pretend to re-invent it, they just HAVE it! And they LOVE sharing it with
Rhythm & Blues lovers in every corner of the globe.
Musical contentment is very clear on their new single. The Motown beat of the
A-side "Good and Plenty" will move even the biggest sourpuss.
With this new single the group brings a more stylish sixties sound and groove.
The music is playful yet serious, captivating and inspiring. The rhythm section
is tight but not forced, the horns play heavy and singer Curtis T. proves to be
one of the best new Dutch soul singers!
The B-side is definitely not a 'B' choice! "Soul to Soul" sees legendary Dutch
Soul singer Jimi Bellmartin taking the lead. The Soul Snatchers are a nine piece
group with an abundance of ideas. They show us time and time again how to
play good authentic funk.
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