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Album · 2018 · 1 Song. Jungle Walk - Single Karon & Purple.
Jungle is the debut studio album by London-based modern musical collective Jungle. It was released on 14 July 2014 through XL Recordings. In September 2014, the album was shortlisted for the 2014 Mercury Prize. Platoon" and "The Heat" were digitally released as the lead singles promoting the album on 16 December 2013
Jungle is an English modern soul musical collective founded in 2014 by Tom McFarland and Josh Lloyd-Watson. It is based in London. Jungle was founded by Tom McFarland and Josh Lloyd-Watson. The pair had been friends since they were nine years old, where they lived next door to each other in Shepherds Bush, London. They both attended Latymer Upper School, and played together within a number of different groups, one of which, Born Blonde, saw some success
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The band came out of the ether first in the form of several videos featuring mostly dancers but no bandmembers. Stills from these videos were subsequently used as press photos and the membership of the band was kept almost entirely anonymous.
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The show began with a kid breakdancing to one of the song's album and this really put the crowd in a great mood - something the band was able to sustain throughout most the show. Points taken off the overall score mainly due to two things: 1) The difficulty in keeping a high energy level through some of their more subdued track that necessitate the group to remain mostly static behind their instruments. 2) A few hiccups here and there - starting "Drops" on the wrong key, then struggling to get it back on track as well as the challenges of staying tight through a few of the more.
Throughout their first album, they favor the bantamweight soul reminiscent of early '80s British acts like Imagination, Fun Boy Three, I-Level and Fine Young Cannibals, to name but a few. But it’s the group’s sense of simple, dance-focused visuals that have attained a certain level of buzz. Peel back those effective visuals and their sonic palette is rather confectionary: pliant bass, simple 4/4 beats, spindling guitar. Digested as individual singles rather than as an entire album in one sitting, Jungle fares far better.
|Jungle Walk (Instrumental)|
|WBS 8243||I Band||Jungle Walk (7")||Warner Bros. Records||WBS 8243||US||1976|
|WBS 8243||I Band||Jungle Walk (7", Single, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||WBS 8243||US||1976|