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Mohair Supreme [Single]

Gurufish, GurufishAudio CD
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  • Audio CD (October 23, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: October 1, 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: Velvet Soul Records
  • ASIN: B0003OK8BO
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,782,648 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5. Emotion
6. Underwear
7. Sunshinehappyday
8. Soul Treaty
9. Plush
10. Supernatural
11. Everything I Want
12. World Called Groove
13. Nelida
14. Don't Need a Reason

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.....imagine a whole lot of Purple Rain funk mixed with the soul of a carnival and the melody of something you ve never before experienced ...this one you can t miss! --The Eleventh Hour

if you're looking for a truly pimped-out, laid-back album to throw in your Bose system while you throw down, then look no further. Gurufish combines funk, soul and R&B with a dash of sex sprinkled lightly throughout. From beginning to end, "Mohair Supreme," is a multi-dimensional, soulful blend that will have you asking yourself, "where's my little black book? " --Atlanta City Mag Organic Audio By: Derek Stephens

Musicincider Review Musicincider-Jeaninie Band members: Jimmy St. James on lead vocals and keys, Matty Haze on guitar, Juan Woodfork on bass, Norm Ficke on guitar, sax and keys, Steve Dixon on drums, and Jonathan Lloyd on trombone and percussion. Gurufish is well-packaged, with a superb sense of style, which is key to a band's success. The cover is sexy; the photos scintillating. The music is as sexy as its album cover, especially when seen live. The horns are pronounced, punctuated, and the bass is aptly heavy. Jimmy St. James vocals sit pretty atop the music. St. James plays the 1970s glam-pop/pretty man role with style. Gurufish makes the most of their potential that glamorous, sexy, funk-pop sound, and I would love to see Rachel Baron come along and do what he did for Rockets to Ruin for Gurufish. There are 14 tracks (too many to mention specifically here.) For the most part, many of Gurufish's songs will remind you of something from the 1970s, but slowed down a bit. There's a taste of Prince in there, though it rides somewhere between typical heavier funk/pop and Prince's sometimes lighter fare. Musicincider was very fortunate to see them live at the second annual beerfest at Woodruff Park. Beer, bands, and a Sunshine Happy Day, brought to you by Gurufish. If you ever get the chance, go see them! They're wonderful, friendly, stylish, and a musical treat. Live horns, Steve Dixon on drums (he's fantastic), beautiful back up vocals, and true art by everyone involved, particularly the bassist. This is one CD to buy. To understand Gurufish, you have to listen to them. Everyone has their own definition to each track on that album. --Musicincider

At a recent concert featuring the oh-so-underrated and utterly fabulous songstress, Joi, I met the drummer of a little known band called Gurufish. I'm glad. I have since seen them in concert and I cannot STOP listening to this CD. I'm not typically one to compare artists because I respect different styles and tastes. However, I will say if you like Remy Shand, Thicke, Jamiroquai, Van Hunt-- sigh (and for the old heads/true funk soldiers: Prince, Sly Stone, etc...) I know you will love Mohair Supreme. It's a blend of funk, soul, and exciting rock that fearlessly speaks about love, life, sensuality and the things we overlook everyday. The lead vocalist, Jimmy, is so wildly intriguing to me. My instant fave upon my first listen was "Emotion" but then there's "World Called Groove," "Nelida," "Soul Treaty"... man, I love it. If you can appreciate a new sound and artists who are into music for the sake of music, give this a chance. At the risk of sounding like a commercial, I recommend Atlanta area folks to be on the lookout for a show. It will be worth it! --Ruby Lee

This CD is the best blend of POP/FUNK/SOUL I've heard in years!!!! If you like Jamiriqui....you gotta get this. The band is super tight. Don't sleep this, pick it up, you won't be disappointed!!! I haven't taken it out of my CD player in months. --Musicincider Review Musicincider-Jeaninie Band

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A funk-a-licious pop explosion! is what critics are saying about Gurufish. The best elements of funk and soul are injected with irresistible pop melodies and sprinkled with a touch of glam. A powerful and joyous live performance experience that brings all the elements one hopes to find in music; The thrill of the new, the excitement of the unexpected, infectious melodies and a galvanizing groove.

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5.0 out of 5 stars GURUFISH has a HOT one with this CD!!!! March 8, 2005
By Derrick
Format:Audio CD
This CD is the best blend of POP/FUNK/SOUL I've heard in years!!!! If you like Jamiriqui....you gotta get this. The band is super tight. Don't sleep this, pick it up, you won't be disappointed!!! I haven't taken it out of my CD player in months.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Definitely worth it December 11, 2005
Format:Audio CD
At a recent concert featuring the oh-so-underrated and utterly fabulous songstress, Joi, I met the drummer of a little known band called Gurufish. I'm glad. I have since seen them in concert and I cannot STOP listening to this CD. I'm not typically one to compare artists because I respect different styles and tastes. However, I will say if you like Remy Shand, Thicke, Jamiroquai, Van Hunt-- sigh (and for the old heads/true funk soldiers: Prince, Sly Stone, etc...) I know you will love Mohair Supreme. It's a blend of funk, soul, and exciting rock that fearlessly speaks about love, life, sensuality and the things we overlook everyday. The lead vocalist, Jimmy, is so wildly intriguing to me.

My instant fave upon my first listen was "Emotion" but then there's "World Called Groove," "Nelida," "Soul Treaty"... man, I love it. If you can appreciate a new sound and artists who are into music for the sake of music, give this a chance. At the risk of sounding like a commercial, I recommend Atlanta area folks to be on the lookout for a show. It will be worth it!
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