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The Brooks Share A Mutual Love For Funk & Soul On "Adult Entertainment"
The Brooks Share A Mutual Love For Funk & Soul On "Adult Entertainment"

By JR on 8:29 AM

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Recorded live, The Brooks' debut album "Adult Entertainment" captures the band as they created new music through live improvisation and studio experimentation. 8 new Funk & Soul tracks for your enjoyment.

The Brooks were brought together by their mutual love and appreciation for authentic, vintage Funk & Soul music. Recorded live @ Troublemakers studios, in Montreal Qc, during several late night studio jam sessions, The Brooks' debut album strives to bring back the old school with an infusion of fresh influences to keep your body movin'!

released 14 May 2014
All songs written & performed live by The Brooks

Maxime Bellavance - Drums
Alexandre Lapointe - Bass
Philippe Look - Guitars & Keyboards
Marc Bell - Percussions

Musicians:

Dan Thouin - Keyboards (Why, My Cool Son Jack, Disco Balls & La Toutoune)
Sébastien Grenier - Saxophones (Why, Hurry Up! & Sexylous)
Serge Arsenault - Trombone (Why)
Jocelyn Couture - Trumpet (Why)
François Glidden - Baritone Sax (Why)
Edith Fitzgerald - Violon (Disco Balls & Sexylous)
Shonna Angers - Violon (Disco Balls & Sexylous)
Sarah Martineau - Viola (Disco Balls & Sexylous)
Camille Paquette-Roy - Cello (Disco Balls & Sexylous)

Vocal performance & lyrical content on tracks 9,10,11,12 by Alan Prater.

Produced, engineered & mixed by Marc bell @ Troublemakers Studios, Montreal Qc.
Co-Produced by The Brooks
String arrangements by Philippe Look, Le Quatuor les 4 ailes & Maxime Bellavance
Horn arrangements by Philippe Look & Sébastien Grenier
Mastered by Steven Berson @ Total Sonic Mastering, Brooklyn, NY
Photos by John Londono (www.john-Londono.com)
Graphic Design by Philippe Look & Ioana Marquis

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