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Down To The Bone: The Main Ingredients

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The main ingredients for the U.K. collective Down to the Bone should be clear after eight CDs: long jams, horns o’ plenty, a few soulful vocals and plenty of groove. Once again, it’s non-musician Stuart Wade-he hums songs into a tape recorder or something like that-who is the wiz behind the curtain on DTTB’s ninth, directing regulars Julian Crampton (bass) and Neil Angilley (keys) and a rotating cast of extras.

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