Snarky Puppy Welcomes KNOWER, DMB’s Jeff Coffin For Stunning Video From Family Dinner Vol. 2

first_imgSnarky Puppy has released the final video for Family Dinner Vol. 2, featuring KNOWER & Jeff Coffin. The track, entitled “I Remember,” is yet another hugely diverse sound coming from the two-time Grammy-winners. The entire album, which features different guest musicians on each individual track, puts Snarky Puppy in the spotlight for their original, atypical approach to modern day record-making. Even David Crosby made his way to the sessions, to record the soulful “Somebody’s Home.” Watch that here.This final track brings a spunky, jazz-infused, retro-funk vibe to the eclectic sound that is Snarky Puppy, welcoming the stunning sounds of KNOWER and some great solo work from Dave Matthews Band/Flecktones saxophonist Jeff Coffin. The song was originally created by KNOWER, an electronic music duo who continue to impress with bold creations.While each song makes a different statement on the album, this is definitely one of the more high energy numbers on the album. You can watch all released videos here, and check out their newest video below:And check out the original by KNOWER, below: Family Dinner Vol. 2 was released earlier this month, and can be purchased here. Be sure to catch Snarky Puppy keys master Cory Henry as the artist-at-large for Lettuce’s own Fool’s Paradise festival in St. Augustine, FL from April 1-2, on a lineup that features GRiZ, Vulfpeck, Chris Robinson’s Soul Revue and more. Information can be found here.last_img read more

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Farmers asked to seek ways to improve their competitiveness

first_imgDr. Colin McIntyre. Image via: GIS NewsTrade Minister Dr. Colin McIntyre is appealing to farmers and vendors to continue to seek ways to improve their competitiveness within the agriculture sector.McIntyre told the annual Market Day with a Difference in Roseau last week that being competitive means offering customers reasonably priced quality products that are grown using safe agricultural practices and attractively packaged both to the local and overseas markets.He explained that there are global market forces that affect the way foods are sold and that should be taken into consideration.“The customers in the market where we do business desire foods that are free of chemical residues and physical defects. Consumers are very demanding and want their fruits to be a of a certain and color,” he explained.He said food must be sold in a particular manner that satisfies the pre-determined expectation and standards of the market.“If we do not adhere to this quality standard, we will not be able to sell our produce. As we continue to secure market opportunities, it will require considerable collaboration, investment and adjustment on the part of all concerned,” he added.Dominica Vibes News Share Sharing is caring! LocalNews Farmers asked to seek ways to improve their competitiveness by: – October 31, 2011 Tweetcenter_img Share Share 28 Views   no discussionslast_img read more

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