Valerie Ghent “New York City Streets”

Valerie Ghent “New York City Streets” is a funky effort that pulls from the 1970s in terms of its suave sound and impressive musicianship. There are hints of smooth jazz, soul, and a bit of Detroit funk. The instrumentation is vibrant and colorful, adding a bit of additional spice to an already fulfilling sort of dish. Ghent’s vocals are timeless, pushed to an entirely higher plateau through the horns, a thick and ropy bass line, and a backing chorus that provides additional emphasis for Valerie at all of the right places. New York City Streets’ video is below the jump.

Valerie Ghent “New York City Streets” / http://facebook.com/valerieghentmusic

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