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Though his stock has skyrocketed since his 2010 Verve debut, Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews has never forgotten where he came from. The trick here (and with Shorty in general) is that he's found a way to bring New Orleans music of today to the world at large with a sound that honors the brass band tradition and the New Orleans funk of The Meters while also having a passing resemblance to the rock of Lenny Kravitz (see the title track) and The Red Hot Chili Peppers (“Dream On”). The big news here is that Andrews got the legendary Meters to reunite in the studio for the first time since 1978 for a smooth take on the band’s “Be My Lady.” The rest of the album, co-produced by Shorty and Raphael Saadiq, follows that funky vibe, with Shorty joined by his regular band, Orleans Avenue. Highlights here include the smooth horn-driven “Sunrise” and “Shortyville” (where he and Saadiq are backed by a drum machine). The band shines on “You and I (Outta This Place)” and the snaky “Get the Picture.”

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Just perfect

Sunrise on a loop with audio crossfade= Absolute heaven. I love how this album can be so laid back, but do in your face at the same time

Better every time I hear it...

Veering off in a slightly new direction, yet building on what was done before, Shorty beaks barriers again and blurs genre lines even further. Brilliant! This is what good music is!

Another Great CD

Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews continues to make some of the most soulful, funky and bold music in the modern music scene. It's ashamed that most of the trash that is labled popular music gets more attention than this talented orginal artist. His group "Orleans Ave" is pretty awesome too! Another Great CD!

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