The soulful rhythm and blues sounds of Eric Lindell are calming with his call of togetherness through ‘Sun & The Sea’ originally from his 2016 release entitled, Matters of the Heart. Dana Abbott provides a soulful and gutsy rendition of ‘There Goes My Baby.’ The album concludes with two traditional jazz songs included John Zarsky & Trad Star performing a version of Jelly Roll Morton’s ‘Georgia Swing’ where the muted horns still soar over the rhythm of the banjo and upright bass; the New Wave Brass Band’s version of ‘Paul Barbarin’s Second Line’ provides a bouncing and swinging conclusion to Back In the House that’ll leave the listener inspired and hungry for more sounds of the Crescent City.
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Full track listing:
Gregory Agid, ‘Mystery Blues’
Flow Tribe featuring Irma Thomas, ‘Proud Mary’
504 Experience featuring Gerald French, ‘Sweet Lorraine’
Khris Royal & Dark Matter, ‘Step Children’
Stephen Malinowski, ‘Rampart Rhumba’
Herlin Riley & Friends, ‘The Crossroads’
Dana Abbot, ‘There Goes My Baby’
Jason Weaver, ‘The Voscoville’
Eric Lindell, ‘Sun & The Sea’
John Zarsky & Trad Star, ‘Georgia Swing’
New Wave Brass Band, ‘Paul Barbarin’s Second Line’