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Following his 2010 involvement as one-third of Incarnations (a recording project with Bart Davenport and Daniel Collas), Quinn Luke made a fresh return as Bing Ji Ling with his third studio album, Shadow to Shine. Much like previous recordings, this album successfully combines ‘70s-inspired R&B, funk, bubblegum, and even some smooth-sailing yacht rock to birth 11 songs that all play like the last handful of decades never happened. But the opening “Move On” also boasts a tinge of chaos in the breakdown, somewhat reminiscent of Curtis Mayfield’s 1970 eponymous debut as congas, horns, flutes, and wah-wah guitar all swirl in a mighty maelstrom before the song catches itself and jumps back on track for a sweet resolve. “Bye Bye” grafts heavily fuzzed-out acid rock riffs onto a foot-stomping soul groove, as if Blue Cheer and Sly Stone had shared a rehearsal studio. Of course it’s Ling’s creamy vocal croons that take center stage on Shadow to Shine, especially on the disco-kissed “Dreamin’,” where a chirping Moog glosses everything over so that Ling’s tenor slips into falsettos with an effortless cool.

Customer Reviews


Makes you think about the warm weather coming sitting outside enjoying it. Nice smooth voice mix of R&B and Rock

Glad I found Him!

Never heard of him before, but I'm GLAD I came across him. The songs are so fun & feel good like.

move on

This album is great, LOVE IT LOVE IT, especially move on, and sunshine daughter says" i have some white in me but bing ji ling got soulllllll


Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Named after the Chinese word for ice cream, Bing Ji Ling is the alias of N.Y.C.-based singer/songwriter Quinn Luke. As Ling, Luke makes vintage-sounding pop that takes inspiration from '60s psychedelic pop and '70s soul. A native of San Francisco, Luke released the first Bing Ji Ling album, Doodle Loot Doot Doodle a Doo, in 2003. Two years later he relocated to New York City, and in 2006 delivered his sophomore album, Fire and Ice Cream. In 2009 he recorded and toured as a member of the similarly...
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