The Salsoul Orchestra surfaced smack dab in the middle of the 1970’s and their first album, Magic Journey spent a whopping 46 weeks on the charts. It’s also a pretty bland song that doesn’t do much for me. My Numbers Up is better because it’s such a happy tune and full of relentless beats per minute drumming, great backing and joyous vocal. nd of course the strings fill it with a happy vibe – one of the best tracks on the album. I’ll Keep You Warm is schmaltzy disco but it is pretty cool and features that same bass technique heard on Bunny Sigler’s By The Way You Dance that came out the same year.
Artist: The Salsoul Orchestra. How High: Best 2 songs. The Salsoul Orchestra - Have a Good Time 04:48. The Salsoul Orchestra - It Don't Have To Be Funky (To Be A Groove) Nice 'N' Nasty, 2017 03:49. The Salsoul Orchestra - Heat It Up/Columbia Space Shuttle Heat It Up, 1982 05:17. Artist: The Salsoul Orchestra.
The Salsoul Orchestra was the backing band of session musicians for many acts on the New York City label Salsoul Records and, under its own name, recorded several hit singles and albums between 1975 and 1982. The orchestra was formed in 1974 and was disbanded in 1982. Their music featured elements of Philadelphia soul, funk, Latin and disco. The Salsoul Orchestra included up to 50 members and was created and masterminded for Salsoul Records by Philadelphia musician Vincent Montana, J. .
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The difference between the two is that the Salsoul Orchestra explores a more Latin-oriented style with a heavy emphasis on congas and other forms of exotic percussion. This style is neatly encapsulated in the lead-off track "Salsoul Hustle," which is built on a contrast between a dreamy, string-led melody and a series of funky instrumental breakdowns spiced with conga tattoos. Despite these shortcomings, The Salsoul Orchestra shapes up as a solid disco album that will entertain anyone who enjoys orchestral soul.