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Elmore Magazine

Who are Blue Number 9 and what does their music sound like? Well, try to think of all the local bands you’ve seen in your life, take one member from each band and there you have it: some R&B here, some rock ‘n’ roll there and a dash of everything else in the middle. Their album, Let’s Find a Way, is 16 tracks of garage-born style jams expertly crafted into songs. Tracks like opener “It’s All Good” and “Spite Spite” make one think of that funky high school band that had you cutting a rug and biting your lip all night at the senior prom. Songs like “The Dog Days” give you that loose, shoulder-swaying feeling you get from the rock group at happy hour after a long Friday of work. Let’s Find a Way will appeal to listeners who like their music with lots of groove and minimal flash. This ideal can be summed up, both in title and technique, by Blue Number 9’s cover of Sly & the Family Stone’s “Sing a Simple Song.” The septet managed to make an originally ultra-funky composition accessible to AC music lovers without compromising the grit at its core. This CD is truly a product of its principal songwriters, bassist Marco Accattatis, with his brilliant musicianship, and lead singer Stefanie Seskin, who mixes her airy, enthusiastic vocals with her carefree yet introspective lyrics. Add the exciting horn play of Chuck MacKinnon, Lily White and Rob Susman to the pot, and you’ve got 61 minutes of music just for chilling and smiling. —Matthew Allen, Elmore Magazine


Formed: September, 1995 in New Jersey

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Led by vocalist/songwriter/musician Stefanie Seskin, New Jersey's Blue Number Nine is an interracial soul/funk outfit with a strong ‘70s influence. Seskin isn't necessarily an R&B purist where Blue Number Nine is concerned; there are, at times, traces of rock, pop, and jazz in their work. But soul/funk is the primary direction of Blue Number Nine -- who have sometimes been compared to the equally ‘70s-minded Brand New Heavies -- and Seskin obviously gets a lot of inspiration from an era in which...
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