Silk Sonic - An Evening

 L(caps)et's make the necessary recommendations. Silk Sonic is the duo of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak. And no, the dot before "P" is not a typo. They met in 2017 at the "24K Magic World Tour" of Mars in which .Paak also participated, where in their backstage relaxing moments, they sang various lyrics and melodies, thus, for havale. Aris later listened to these rough recordings, suggested to .Paak that some of these ideas be seriously worked on, invited some important people to the discography (including Bootsy Collins, D'Mile, Babyface, Thundercat, Brody Brown, etc.) . a.) for the necessary help and so their first album entitled An Evening with Silk Sonic was recorded and released in November 2021.

Their crystal clear sound permeates into the atmosphere with a lightness that draws you away without your will, but also carrying a weight from the rich 1970s and 1980s, when what we term "black music" characterized progress, liberation, and deprivation of the black community / culture. The compositions of James Brown, the rhythmic dynamism of Aretha Franklin, and the sensuous universe of Marvin Gaye. I assume he was accompanied in the studio.

The flow of .Paak stands out where it finds the dance unfolding as in "Fly As Me" and the melodies of Mars remain characteristic (see "Put On a Smile"), emphasizing the purpose of recording this album: "If the song does to make us feel good, it will be contagious and it will make others feel good too. And that's our job as entertainers. " and achieved high views on YouTube with their video clips. "Skate", a soulful disco from the '70s, rests on your shoulders and lures you to its rhythm, while "Smokin Out The Window" is a song you should have for your stick in the car when its wheels roll loosely on the road and you have lowered the window to smoke. Finally, the ode of the love call entitled "Leave The Door Open", is probably the best moment of the album, which appears relatively quickly on the album (s.s. 2nd song) and prepares you for the sequel.

"Ooh, baby, don't keep me (waiting)
There's so much love we could be making (shamone)
I'm talking kissing, cuddling
Rose petals in the bathtub
Girl, let's jump in, it's bubbling"

The album's general feel-good vibes serve as a trigger for deciding whether you enjoyed what you heard or not, but as the last song closes, you don't have the need or want to listen to it again. It's so well-done, planned, and focused that you won't need to listen to it again to find something you might have missed or wish to feel again. Of course, this isn't always a bad thing. Sometimes the obvious is correct, and simplicity is unique.

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