Visuals for “Saturday’s End”: the Divine Brown-featured/Slakah-produced cut off Jef Kearns’ sophomore album, “Soulfisticated”.
Support the music at http://www.soulfisticated.com
Soul In Stereo.com called Saturday’s End “an authentic, fresh sound that brings modern R&B back to its roots.” It is the follow up single to the hip hop track “No One Like You” from Jef Kearns’ R&B flute album, Soulfisticated.
The video features vintage roller derby footage from 1949 – 1951 which was assembled to fit the soundtrack.
“Soulfisticated satisfies because Kearns instrumentals are as imaginative and energetic as they were on previous efforts while the vocal and lyrical work is a step up. Kearns’ development as an artist and visionary on this project is heartening, and should provide his growing legion of fans with much to like. And, just as importantly, the combination should please fans of sophisticated R&B who may hear Jef Kearns for the first time. Recommended.” – Soul Tracks.com
“Flautist Jef Kearns steps forward with a very appealing R&B/hip hop/jazz release that packs a lot of intensity and soul-stirring melodies throughout the album.
What you will find most pleasant is how Kearns weaves his flute into the fabric of this very focused album. It floats, it sings, and it pushes the melodies forward with muscle and charm.”
– The Smooth Jazz Ride
Production by Slakah the Beatchild, mixing by Douglas Romanow (Noble Street Studios), mastering by Tom Coyne (Sterling Sound.)
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