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Albums Of The Week: Kevin Fingier Collective | Not Strictly Soul

If the Argentine producer's career-spanning collection of soul, R&B, Latin and jazz novelties doesn't get you moving, you should check your pulse. You may be dead.


THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “The all-new album from the Kevin Fingier Collective, Not Strictly Soul is a culmination of the Argentine producer’s three-year journey on Acid Jazz records. It explores Latin soul, northern soul, R&B and mod jazz, melded together in a whole new conceptual album.

It features the powerhouse vocals of Diane Ward, Jo Ann Hamilton and Josi Dias variously throughout, with special guest appearances from reggae legend Derrick Harriot, who has worked with Kevin on many occasions, and Senegalese musician Abdoulaye Badiane.

“This album represents the journey of my entire music career to date,” says Fingier. “It’s as if everything I’ve done before has led me to create it. Despite using genres like ’60s soul, R&B, jazz and Latin rhythms, there are countless decisions inspired by experimental music, visual arts, and even some of my favourite film directors.”


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