7 is a magic number, and the seventh album of Bebo Best & The Super Lounge Orchestra for the prestigious international label Chinchin Records complies fully with the magic of this number. The new album "JazzMamba" is a Latin jazz funk workout that is proudly retro and vibrantly Soul-house alive. The sounds of the successful 2nd album "D'Jazzonga" is back! Where Bossa Nu-funk meets Jazz and Soul, enriched this time by a dance house touch, thanks to the new collaboration with the Top Charts producer P. Visnadi (who was on the UK, US, AUSTRALIA top ten with projects like Livin' Joy, Alex Party), and with the DJ Robert Passera, who had huge success with "I Was a yeye girl", by Doing Time. Especially on the final remixes section you can appreciate the Soul-Funk-House component, while the album is full of references to Latin-swing music, like in the title track JazzMamba, a retro '60' feel as in the Heroes cover, which challenges anyone to hold the foot on the floor! They do not lack elements of Jazz, as in "Blues Vibe", dedicated to Brenda Boykin, who Bebo produced her previous album "All the time in the world" featuring James Taylor on Hammond organ. "Ocean 14", well that could come straight from a Soderbergh film, and the slow "the Cuban Jazz Song" has the influence of Cuban, African, Nu-Jazz music. In the end, the explosive remix of Heroes by P. Visnadi, is a real bomb !! Rather than faking it with pseudo-funky or just half-sampled computerized beats, Bebo Best & S.L.O. plays real instruments too. Drums, bass, Hammond, sax, trumpet and electric guitar serves up rich, authentic rhythms and solos. Bebo Best & S.L.O. knows how to work tight riffs and melodies that are taut groovy, warm and deep.