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Nylons: The Fabric Of Life   

Ruby Baby
Ain't No Sunshine
I Can't Go For That
Nobody Knows
Comfort & Joy (I)
Let It Be
Monkey
Go With It
Comfort & Joy (II)
Back On Track
Al No Corrida
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After fifteen years with Scotti Brothers and Attic Records, the Nylons continued their recording career on Primarily A Cappella with a collection of tunes superbly produced by Ian Prince who also wrote six of the songs, three in collaboration with Garth Mosbaugh. The heavily R&B album even treats the covers of "Ruby Baby," "Let It Be," "Ain't No Sunshine" and Hall and Oates' "I Can't Go For That" to an R&B make over. Don't get caught by by the orchestration which sounds synthesized until a great fiddle break on "I Can't Go For That." Surprise! Canada's The Nylons cover the classic Bill Withers song and make it unmistakeably their own, showing the confidence and assurance that has brought them success since their formation in 1979. The arrangement, built upon an mesmerizing repeating bass figure, sets the pulse for one of the most satisfying cuts from their latest CD, "Fabric of Life."

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Item code: 2500C | 1 CD | $10.95 ON SALE $1.95 |add item to cart
Contemporary | A Cappella | Male | Canada
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