Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro - Taking A Lesson From the Past 2012-JRP

Asia, Japanese. April 8, 2013 by Anonymous.

A fine funk feast from one of the best bands on the Japanese live circuit. Well worth checking out

Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro
Taking A Lesson From The Past
P-Vine Records / CD / MP3 V0 VBR
Ripdate: 08.Apr.2013

Following on from their Six Mocha Shots series of singles (which have been reviewed elsewhere on this blog) Saitama's finest funk outfit, Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro, have released a new album which is a covers project featuring all of the tracks featured on the B-sides of the singles they've released to date plus a couple of others

Going by the title of Taking A Lesson From The Past, the album features a total of eleven tunes all given an authentic old school funky twist in the band's own distinct style. Over the course of the album they dip into the songbooks of Jimi Hendrix, Herbie Hancook, Bob Marley, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, The Blackbyrds Van Halen, Stevie Wonder and more. And while the orginals come from a very wide variety of genres, they're all given a real heavy and hip workover sure to please the funk crowd

It all makes for a great listen, but the real standout tracks are the opening Power Of Soul, the version of Sebastian Williams' Get Your Point Over, K.I.T.T (Knight Rider Main Title), the perennial live favourite Immigrant Song and the Meters-like rework of the the Bob Marley classic Exodus


01~ Power of Soul 03:30
02~ Get Your Point Over 02:30
03~ Exodus (Long Version) 04:50
04~ Too High 03:47
05~ Mean Street 06:01
06~ Tell Me a Bedtime Story 02:43
07~ Space Dust 01:55
08~ Immigrant Song 02:49
09~ Blackbyrds' Theme 03:43
10~ The Long and Winding Road 03:53
11~ K.I.T.T.- Knight Rider Main Title 04:22
(DJ Uppercut Remix)

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