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June 14, 2007 Freely blending funk, jazz and boogaloo, San Diego's Greyboy Allstars specialize in danceable, groove-oriented acid jazz. On the group's first album in nearly a decade (and in this interview and in-studio performance), it sounds fresh and energized.
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May 21, 2007 The boisterous, California-based acid-jazz collective Greyboy Allstars delves deep into vintage soul on "How Glad I Am." Drawing on a snazzy groove, chicken-scratch guitar riffs and fatback horns, the song brings to mind the loose funk of Charles Wright's 103rd Street Rhythm Band.
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