Lyrics: Regie Gibson
Music and arrangement: Jacques Pardo
Recorded at the French Cultural Center Bastille Day celebration festival July 2013.
Audio: Graham Tobias from MediaStructura.com. Video Jean and James Dunoyer from Dunoyerfilm.com
Regie Gibson: Lead Vocals, percussion
Burcu Gulec: Lead Vocals
Jacques Pardo: Sax
Tim Paul Weiner: Bass
Jon Simmons: Trombone
Perry Bakalos: Guitar
Matt Steinberg: Drums
Steve Lamb: Guitar
Michael Maleson: Trumpet
Andy Cormier: Trumpet
Alice Iu: Vocals
Anita Coelho: Vocals
Atlas Soul is a multiple award-winning band performing original music that celebrates and blends spicy hot Afro-Mediterranean melodies and grooves with a generous dose of jazz, hip-hop, rock, and funk!
Burning live performances with audience participation are their trademark!
They have won or placed the Independent Music Awards four times -- including the 2013 IMA vox poll in 2 categories - as well as winning accolades from many other music contests (too many to be listed here..)
They have played scores of major venues such as The Montreal Jazz Festival, The Kennedy Center, The Festival International de Louisiane, the Boston Globe Jazz Festival, and more. They regularly sell out shows in the Boston area and beyond.
Atlas Soul sings in French, Italian, Arabic, Hebrew and English, making their performances truly cross-cultural music experiences. The lyrics speak of love, ecology, oppression, happiness, immigration, poverty, spicy food... The band has produced five CDs: Chamsa, Mabrouka, Maktoub, Live@Regattabar, and Gypsy Wind.
Atlas Soul's motto, world music for world peace, spells out its philosophical and political goal: to inspire world peace through a fusion of music and culture that gets people to the dance floor.
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