Ida Neilsen - More Sauce Please! | FAMS COALITION


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More Sauce Please!
Artist: Ida Neilsen
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 07/07/2023
UPC: 4049774771293

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1. Been Trying
2. Bounce Like a Grandma
3. Bounce Back
4. Ninja
5. More People Like You
6. Glorious Disco
7. Shake It Off
8. Slappadibopbop
9. Kuku Put Some Sauce on It
10. It's Gone
11. Give Me a Bit of

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Slap Bass Queen Ida Nielsen Funks Up the Joint on More Sauce, Please!Sixth recording as a leader scheduled for a May release on Leopard Records.The audaciously funky and multi-talented Danish bassist-singer-songwriter-bandleader Ida Nielsen, a former member of two of Prince's backing bands - New Power Generation and the four-piece rock-edged 3rd Eye Girl - is set to release her sixth album as a leader overall and fourth since the passing of her former mentor in April 2016. Playing her signature 4-string Sandberg California electric bass with typical authority while fronting all the vocals and also supplying multiple keyboard parts, Nielsen combines slamming funk beats, slap bass virtuosity, agile rapping, catchy pop hooks and tons of attitude on More Sauce, Please!From the hard-hitting opener, "Been Trying," featuring slick turntable scratching by Congolese DJ Amazulu Nanga and a burning alto sax solo from her countryman Jakob Elvstrom, to the orchestral pop rap closer, "Give Me A Bit Of...," More Sauce, Please! Throbs with high energy and bristles with stunning musicianship by the multi-talented bandleader. Added to the potent mix are the adept rapping of Son of Light on the slow-chugging funk of "Bounce Like a Grandma," the playful call-and-response between Ida and Finnish beat boxer/scratch maestro Felix Zenger on the slamming rock-funk number,"Ninja," the infectious '70s flavored "Glorious Disco" and the mondo-slap bass and two-handed tapping showcase, "Slappadibopbop,"

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