Kindred the Family Soul In This Life Together
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- Released: July 31, 2009
- Originally Released: 2009
- Label: Hidden Beach
- 1.It's Kindred (Intro)
- 2.Thru Love
- 3.Turn It Up - (with Archie Eversoul)
- 4.Do You Remember
- 5.Where Would I Be (The Question)
- 6.Woman First
- 7.Let It All Go
- 8.Sneak a Freak
- 9.Message to Marvin - (with The Last Donna)
- 10.Quote, The (Interlude)
- 11.As of Yet
- 12.Aja's Mom (Interlude) - (Interlude)
- 13.Stuggle No More - (with India.Arie)
- 14.Who's Gonna Comfort You (Definition) - (Interlude)
- 15.My Time - (Interlude)
- 16.In This Life Together
- 17.Husband My Daddy (Interlude)
- 18.Bed Time Story
Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes
Kindred the Family Soul: Aja Graydon, Fatin Dantzler.
Personnel: Aja Graydon, Fatin Dantzler (vocals); Chuck Treece (guitar, keyboards, drums); Richard Tucker , Conley "Tone" Whitfield, Grecco Buratto (guitar); Radji Mateen (saxophone, background vocals); Jarrett Miles, Daud Elbakara (trumpet); Jermaine Miles (trombone); James Poyser (piano); Tracy Carter (Fender Rhodes piano, organ); Dinky Bingham (keyboards, drum programming, background vocals); Julian Brown (drums); Steve McKie (drum programming).
Additional personnel: India.Arie (vocals).
Audio Mixers: Dave Pensado; Dinky Bingham; Dylan Dresdow.
Recording information: A To Z Studios, Philadelphia, PA; Go Town Studios, Atlanta, GA; Rich Boy Studios, Philadelphia, PA; The Studio, Philadelphia, PA.
Photographer: Whitney Thomas.
Husband and wife team Fatin Danzler and Aja Gaynor, together Kindred the Family Soul, create music which could emanate only from two souls in spiritual touch, as they explore each other's dark and glorious passages and unfold the oft-forgotten sensuality in undying love. IN THIS LIFE TOGETHER builds on the immense promise of the duo's 2003 debut SURRENDER TO LOVE, as Kindred create lush, lolling landscapes crafted with bits of funk, hip-hop, and jazz of all shades. The power of the concoction is overwhelming on tracks like "Let It All Go," a song blending sensitive and sexy that recalls Al Jarreau, Billie Holiday, and Parliament.
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