UnderCover Shout-outs

Paul Simon’s “Graceland”

Posted: 28 August 2013 by Dita VonTune

Posted in UnderCover Shout-outs

UnderCover &

Faultline Studios Present:

Paul Simon’s
“Graceland”
Featuring Guest Music Director, Robert Shelton

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UnderCover & Faultline Studios invite you to attend a tribute to Paul Simon‘s Graceland.

We would like to also acknowledge Ladysmith Black Mambazo and Los Lobos for their significant contributions to making this album a classic. Many of us have grown up with this album and the impact of this album stemmed into so many different genres. We did our best to curate a lineup reflective of this very sentiment.

Featuring Guest Music Director, Robert Shelton

1. “The Boy in the Bubble”
Fanfare Zambaleta (Balkan Brass Band)

2. “Graceland”
John Vanderslice (Indie Rock)

3. “I Know What I Know”
Fely Tchaco - Independent Music Awards Winner
(West African/World Beat/Coit d’Ivoire)

4. “Gumboots”
Diana Gameros (Indie/Latin/Pop/Folk)

5. “Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes”
DRMS (Noir Pop)

6. “You Can Call Me All”
Bill Baird (Experimental Pop)

7. “Under African Skies”
Afrofunk Experience (Afrofunk)

8. “Homeless”
Pacific Boychoir – Grammy Awards Winner
(Pop-Influenced Classical Choral)

9. “Crazy Love, Vol. II”
Guy Fox (Indie Rock)

10. “That Was Your Mother”
Trio Zincalo (Tangos/Choros/Gypsy)

11. “All Around the World or the Myth of Fingerprints”
Midtown Social (California Soul)

DJ Dizzy Victrola – Spinning in between sets
Visuals by Elia Vargas
Artwork by R.Black

UnderCover & Faultline Studios Present:
Paul Simon’s “Graceland” will be the 9th showcase from this collaborative series.

UnderCover Presents is a small grassroots collective that gathers musicians from every corner of the San Francisco Bay Area’s music scene to celebrate the broad influence of classic albums. The concept is simple: bands are invited based on their enthusiasm for the album from a range of musical genres that reflect the diverse styles and cultures that make Bay Area music.

 


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