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The Sure Fire Soul Ensemble - Rise Of The East (7", self-released, 2015)



After a killer first, self-released 45 (licensed in Paris DJs' funk/soul compilation 'Killas, Thrillas & Chillas'), and a couple months before their first full-length album release on Colemine Records, San Diego-based instrumental soul band The Sure Fire Soul Ensemble are dropping another self-released 7 inch, sharing some of their Californian sunshine coolness over two cinematic soul intrumentals - some sweet retro vibes for the groovy relaxing playlists.

The Sure Fire Soul Ensemble - Rise Of The East
The Sure Fire Soul Ensemble - Rise Of The East
(7") self-released, 2015-02-18

Tracklisting :
A1. Rise Of The East 04:02
B1. Sunny Santa Ana 03:49

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Credits :
Tim Felten - Hammond Organ, Rhodes Electric Piano, Clavinet
Jesse Audelo - Tenor Sax
Matthew LaBarber - Electric Bass
Pete Williams - Drums
Kiko Cornejo Jr. - Congas
Nicholas Costa - Electric Guitar
Bill Caballero - Trumpet
Sheryll Felten - Hand Percussion

Recorded and mixed by Tim Felten @ The Kitchen II
Mastered by Kelly Hibbert
Label art by Mark Cruz




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