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Street Gospels


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  • Audio CD (Aug. 21 2007)
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B000UJCOGE
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #47,808 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Bedouin Soundclash's third CD, Street Gospels, contains all the highlights of their impressively successful second CD, Sounding a Mosaic, and then some. One quick look at the liner notes shows the positive effects that can come from commercial success: joining the Bedouin boys on this release is Money Mark--of Beastie Boys fame--on keyboards, Bad Brains' bassist (and Street Gospels' producer) Darryl Jenifer, and vocalist Vernon Buckley of '70s reggae band The Maytones. You can feel the genuine love and appreciation for dub and reggae throughout Street Gospels, not just via the guest players but also through frontman Jay Malinowski, with his gentle, raspy tones and easy-breezy phrasing. Mere moments into the CD, the very best elements of Bedouin come to light: "Until We Burn in the Sun" is a disc standout, a joyful, tropical melody that overflows with an English-Beat-meets-Police vibe. Catchy songs and lyrical positivity runs throughout the disc, from first single "Walls Fall Down," to the Clash-like "Gunships," to disc-closing crooner "Hearts In the Night." "Hush"--an a cappella gospel-style number--is another high point, a showpiece for Malinowski's gorgeous harmonies and simple, memorable melodies. That, along with the soft-as-a-cloud "12:59 Lullaby" (first heard on a Grey's Anatomy episode), proves that the group has more than simple staying power, they appear to be evolving and growing into something well deserving of international attention. --Denise Sheppard

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By E. Miller on Jan. 23 2008
I only caught on to Bedouin a couple years ago but immediately liked Sounding a Mosaic. Street Gospels, in my opinion, only gets better! I love the entire album and recommend it highly to anyone interested in this band and likes the reggae feel but non-repetitive, catchy songs. I think this is a fantastic album and I am really happy to support this Canadian band.
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