Shadow to Shine
Download links and information about Shadow to Shine by Bing Ji Ling. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 38:51 minutes.
|Artist:||Bing Ji Ling|
|Genre:||Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative|
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|5.||A Little Love||3:23|
|6.||Interlude / Welcome||1:06|
|7.||Like We Used to Do||2:34|
|10.||Some Things Never Change||3:21|
|11.||Where Am I Gonna Go||3:51|
Following his 2010 involvement as one-third of Incarnations (a recording project with Bart Davenport and Daniel Collas), Quinn Luke made a fresh return as Bing Ji Ling with his third studio album, Shadow to Shine. Much like previous recordings, this album successfully combines ‘70s-inspired R&B, funk, bubblegum, and even some smooth-sailing yacht rock to birth 11 songs that all play like the last handful of decades never happened. But the opening “Move On” also boasts a tinge of chaos in the breakdown, somewhat reminiscent of Curtis Mayfield’s 1970 eponymous debut as congas, horns, flutes, and wah-wah guitar all swirl in a mighty maelstrom before the song catches itself and jumps back on track for a sweet resolve. “Bye Bye” grafts heavily fuzzed-out acid rock riffs onto a foot-stomping soul groove, as if Blue Cheer and Sly Stone had shared a rehearsal studio. Of course it’s Ling’s creamy vocal croons that take center stage on Shadow to Shine, especially on the disco-kissed “Dreamin’,” where a chirping Moog glosses everything over so that Ling’s tenor slips into falsettos with an effortless cool.