Sara Lowes – I Find You

Sometimes there is nothing like what I call a good bit of old space funk the kind of thing that takes the listener back in time through a misty eyed kaleidoscope of dance floor filling sounds of the 70’s. This is exactly where Sara Lowe’s I Find You steps in, with her roots steeped in the 70’s progressive psychedelic soul that could quite happily of bounced out the Chicago warehouse scene and not from Manchester.

Featuring ex members of The Earlies Miss Lowe brings on the heavy strings and fluctuating bass lines with her voice wavering like Karen Carpenter if she was jamming with Quincy Jones. It oozes with the kind flare swivelling psychedelia honest soulful tones that the average soul Funk diva would not understand. It also shimmers with the polish of Morcheba’s first album, the intro is very similar to Down by The Sea.

About bigjeffbristol

I am someone from Bristol in England who is deeply obsessed with live music! its pretty much like an OCD styled obsession that means pretty much every night I am out. I like being down the fron for shows, because then I can feel the music pulsing through me and I am not going to lie to you, I like to dance a lot. Which can make me at times incredibly annoying because of being 6ft4 tall with blonde curly locks so I am the Thoroughly Annoying Blonde!. and I like to preach my geeky musical inertia to people!
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