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About The Pepper Pots

It seems almost unbelievable that, back in the sixties, a small island could originate a kind of music that can still cause so much admiration. Under the influence of the American voices of soul (The Supremes, The Marvelettes, The Shirelles, The Temptations...), that gave out great formations fronted by duos and significant vocal trios such as The Wailers, The Maytals, The Pionners...

The Pepper Pots intend to recover the sound and aesthetics of those pioneering bands of soul, ska and rocksteady. We are not nostalgic or conservative, but in these days of musical standardization we just believe in going back to the simplicity and freshness of the classic sound.

In these past three years, The Pepper Pots have had the honour of sharing a stage with such remarkable Jamaican artists as Laurel Aitken, Derrick Morgan, Winston Francis, Dave Barker and Tena Stelin, as well as other artists of the genre such as A.S.P.O. (About Some Precious Oldies), Mr T-Bone, New York Ska Jazz Ensemble, Begoña Bang Matu, BDF...

It was not until June 2004 that we recorded our first album, Swingin' Sixties, which came out in June 2005 under the label of Brixton Records. It is a 12-track album with the collaboration of London singer Ben Jamming that was very carefully made in every possible way, trying to recover the oldie sound and feel by recording analogically with original instruments from the sixties.

The record has been well received and The Pepper Pots are making a place for themselves amongst domestic bands. Internationally, one of their songs can be found in the German compilation Skannibal Party 5 edited by the label Mad Butcher Records, and the reedition of Swingin' Sixties for the Japanese market, come out on spring of 2006 under the label Ska in the World Records. The reedition will include some new tracks and the matchless collaboration of Freddie Reiter (New York Ska Jazz Ensemble).
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Genres:
R&b, Reggae, Ska, R&b/soul, Rnb-soul, Soul
Band Members:
Jaume Figueres - Sound Engineer, info@buenritmo.es, Tomy Muñoz - Tenor sax, Gerard Xifra - Baritone sax, Edgar Mata - Road Manager Merchandising, * BOOKING MANAGEMENT*, Roger Montsant - Trumpet, Joan Vergés - Drums, Enric Fluvià - Bass, Aya Sima - Voice, Adriana Prunell - Voice, Luiggi King - Guitar, Ireneu Grosset - Hammond, BUENRITMO

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Ferran
October 18th 2013
Fabuloso
Barcelona, Spain@
Sala Bikini, 15 Banc Sabadell Festival Mil·lenni

About The Pepper Pots

It seems almost unbelievable that, back in the sixties, a small island could originate a kind of music that can still cause so much admiration. Under the influence of the American voices of soul (The Supremes, The Marvelettes, The Shirelles, The Temptations...), that gave out great formations fronted by duos and significant vocal trios such as The Wailers, The Maytals, The Pionners...

The Pepper Pots intend to recover the sound and aesthetics of those pioneering bands of soul, ska and rocksteady. We are not nostalgic or conservative, but in these days of musical standardization we just believe in going back to the simplicity and freshness of the classic sound.

In these past three years, The Pepper Pots have had the honour of sharing a stage with such remarkable Jamaican artists as Laurel Aitken, Derrick Morgan, Winston Francis, Dave Barker and Tena Stelin, as well as other artists of the genre such as A.S.P.O. (About Some Precious Oldies), Mr T-Bone, New York Ska Jazz Ensemble, Begoña Bang Matu, BDF...

It was not until June 2004 that we recorded our first album, Swingin' Sixties, which came out in June 2005 under the label of Brixton Records. It is a 12-track album with the collaboration of London singer Ben Jamming that was very carefully made in every possible way, trying to recover the oldie sound and feel by recording analogically with original instruments from the sixties.

The record has been well received and The Pepper Pots are making a place for themselves amongst domestic bands. Internationally, one of their songs can be found in the German compilation Skannibal Party 5 edited by the label Mad Butcher Records, and the reedition of Swingin' Sixties for the Japanese market, come out on spring of 2006 under the label Ska in the World Records. The reedition will include some new tracks and the matchless collaboration of Freddie Reiter (New York Ska Jazz Ensemble).
Show More
Genres:
R&b, Reggae, Ska, R&b/soul, Rnb-soul, Soul
Band Members:
Jaume Figueres - Sound Engineer, info@buenritmo.es, Tomy Muñoz - Tenor sax, Gerard Xifra - Baritone sax, Edgar Mata - Road Manager Merchandising, * BOOKING MANAGEMENT*, Roger Montsant - Trumpet, Joan Vergés - Drums, Enric Fluvià - Bass, Aya Sima - Voice, Adriana Prunell - Voice, Luiggi King - Guitar, Ireneu Grosset - Hammond, BUENRITMO

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