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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Man Utd, Chelsea suffer transfer blow as French club rule out striker sale

first_img Promoted Content5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Most Asntonishing Train Stations In The World7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?These Hilariously Creative Shower Curtains Will Make Your DayThe Best Cars Of All Time10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoBest Car Manufacturers In The World10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without RechargingCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way10 Absolutely Stunning Asian Actresses Manchester United and Chelsea were dealt a transfer blow as the Lyon president ruled out selling Moussa Dembele this month.Advertisement But now they may well have to look elsewhere because it is understood Dembele in not available in January.Jean Michel Aulas told RMC Sport: “We have not changed our mind on Dembele.“Moussa is an excellent player. He’s a player we need. It is not a question of money.“Moussa will be with us until the end of the season.”Chelsea saw their £34million bid rejected earlier in the window and also considered offering Olivier Giroud as part of a deal to lure Dembele back to West London.At the age of 16, he joined Fulham from Paris Saint-Germain in 2012 and made 64 appearances for the Cottagers, netting 19 times, before signing for Celtic in 2016.After 51 goals in 94 Celtic games, Dembele returned to his homeland in 2018 but his 11 goals in 19 Ligue 1 matches this season have attracted plenty of attention.Manchester United were also thought to be keen on making a move to land the striker, sending scouts to watch him score the winner for Lyon against Bordeaux.Reports also suggested that Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri was plotting to try and hijack any potential transfer by making a late swoop. Read Also: Chelsea demand huge £45m for misfit BatshuayiLyon manager Rudi Garcia is currently without Memphis Depay and Jeff Reine-Adelaide due to injury and is therefore desperate not to lose another of his attacking stars.It means Chelsea and United will have to go for other targets if they want to bring in a striker this month.Timo Werner has been linked but is also set to stay with RB Leipzig until the end of the season.But Edinson Cavani could be an option after falling behind Mauro Icardi in the PSG pecking order.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img The French striker, 23, has been heavily linked with a move to the Premier League as two of the division’s biggest clubs look to bolster their attacks. Loading… last_img read more

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Jordan Gill ready to unleash his potential against Emmanuel Dominguez

first_imgJordan Gill (22-0, 6 KOs) was once a frustrated participant in boxing’s dreaded waiting game. Boasting a formidable reputation within the most decorated U.K. gyms due to numerous dominant sparring sessions, Gill was unable to transfer that worthless currency into anything resembling a meaningful contest as his career threatened to be another damning chapter in boxing’s long story of wasted talents.This weekend, Gill will complete a remarkable turnaround as he headlines a television show for the first time as he takes on Mexican import, Emmanuel Dominguez, for the vacant WBA International belt. Being screened by Sky Sports in Britain, and with DAZN carrying the American broadcast, Gill is on the verge of showcasing his vast repertoire to a far more substantial audience than what he’s been accustomed to. It’s a position he always knew he’d fill despite it appearing highly unlikely at various stages. Join DAZN to watch Gill-Dominguez and 100+ fight nights a year“Boxing was something I had to stick with,” buzzes Gill, an excitement in his tone only days away from the biggest fight of his career. “It can be hard for a fighter when he has no TV deal or he’s not working with one of the biggest promoters, but I always knew there was the chance that I might get to show somebody one day what I’m capable of and if I was to get that opportunity then I wouldn’t let anyone down. That happened to me last year when I beat Jason Cunningham and since then it’s just been unbelievable.”Since aligning himself with Dave Coldwell, from both a training and management angle, in 2017, Gill’s career has received a shot in the arm that it was crying out for. The recipient of some fistic education at Dominic Ingle’s Sheffield base, Gill relocated to nearby Rotherham to work with Coldwell and it’s been a relationship that has blossomed since day one. With Gill now holder of the Commonwealth title and also closing in on a lofty ranking with the WBA, the man from Chatteris has justified is switch and is quick to pay a small tribute to the man who has rejuvenated his stalled existence.“Me and Dave have pretty much had things going great since we first met. I’d heard many good things about him before linking up with him and you only have to look at what we’ve achieved in such a short time to see that it’s a partnership that works. I was fighting six rounders and looking at guys fighting on Sky and knowing full well I could beat them and not having that opportunity used to cause so much frustration. Dave has guided me into a position where I’m now the guy fighting on Sky and now I’m here, I promise that you’re going to see so much more from me over the next few years. This is really just the start for me.” Despite being handed a golden chance by the man now guiding his career, Gill still had to go out and make good on the prophecies explained by both himself and Coldwell when analyzing his potential. Quick to deliver the highest of appraisals whenever the media demanded information on Gill’s promise, Coldwell was prepared to go all in on his 24-year-old charge, and the boxer has gone on to prove his mentor correct with impressive displays over Cunningham and Ryan Doyle. The latter, a fight which earned wide acclaim from the boxing industry, is a performance that Gill believes made everyone stop and take notice.“Nobody at all expected me to do a number on Doyle the way I did that night. That was a 50-50 fight on paper and because he’d done such a good job on Reece Bellotti, a lot of people were expecting him to do similar to me and I put a stop to that right from the first bell. Anyone who is going to come at me the way Doyle did will make me look a million times better because I’m so good at picking my shots and forcing mistakes from my opponents. Ask anyone who spars with me, I’m used to sparring at such a high level that when I get in with opponents at British level, I honestly feel I’m too good for them all. I want to be knocking on the door of a world title fight in the next year to 18 months and I think Saturday’s fight can put me in a good position for that.”On the subject of Dominguez, his imminent foe, Gill added, “He looks a solid opponent and he’s been in with a few good guys so when I’m victorious over him, it’ll tell me a lot about where I am in my career. I’m fighting on Sky once again and I’m in with a good opponent so this is another chance for people to see how good I am. I’m enjoying boxing so much at the moment and the last year has been quite an experience for me. I’m learning in the gym every single day, I’m taking part in good fights, and my fights are also being shown live on Sky which means that people want to watch me. Everything seems to be in place for me to push on now and that’s what I want to do.”last_img read more

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