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CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Fertile Ground: Seasons Change

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Fertile Ground is a grooveable-high of a laid back funky music outing. Swirling retro keyboards, with earthy variant rhythms, chilling with Africanized islander horn lines and their corresponding non-electronic punches, adding a well bassed bottom, delectably proffer a high-grade melodic and harmonic sensorial buttress.

This gentle sizzling group is the type that would engage an audience leaving them raising their arms up with their smiling faces facing down, or perhaps up, while swinging from side to side, twirling and just ...