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Carnivale Electricos

Galactic

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The music heard during New Orleans’ Mardi Gras and Brazil’s Carnival makes for some of the most joyous sounds on earth. On 2012’s Carnivale Electricos, the New Orleans–based funk unit Galactic draws on those great traditions and tosses in plenty of other styles too. Several guests join in for this high-octane effort. Galactic gets right down to it on the opener, "Ha Di Ka," which features the fired-up vocals of Big Chief Juan Pardo & The Golden Comanche. "Magalenha" finds Casa Samba bringing tumbling Brazilian drumming to a mix that includes mysterioso keyboards and Spanish-flavored acoustic guitar. On "Voyage Ton Flag," zydeco, heavy guitar, electronic squelches, and a fat beat rub up against each other. Cyril and Ivan Neville sing on "Out in the Street," a nice slice of R&B; rappers Mystikal and Mannie Fresh let loose over the steady chug of "Move Fast." "O Coco da Galinha" features vocalist Moyseis Marques and a sparkling trumpet solo. The album closes with "Ash Wednesday Sunrise," an instrumental that mixes mellow moments with bolder stretches.

Customer Reviews

Really?

There was a time when I loved Galactic, before they put Mystical on their album. No thanks Galactic, no thanks. If I wanted to listen to a "woman-beater," I'd be listening to Chris Brown.

Oh man!

Yes!

Galactic has done is again

Great album

Biography

Formed: 1993 in New Orleans, Louisiana

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The New Orleans-based jazz-funk ensemble Galactic formed in 1994; originally an eight-piece, the group soon pared down to an instrumental sextet comprised of guitarist Jeff Raines, organist Rich Vogel, bassist Robert Mercurio, saxophonists Ben Ellman and Jason Mingledorff, and drummer Stanton Moore. Later adding Crescent City music scene vet Theryl deClouet on vocals, Galactic built a fervent local following on the strength of a relentless live schedule that included opening slots for group heroes...
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