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Music Review: Shaun Munday

written by Tamara Styer
SHAUN MUNDAY’S SELF-TITLED debut solo album is a tribute to oldschool blues singers accompanied by Munday’s exquisite acoustic songwriting using only one instrument. He is a bass aficionado, making the guitar sing rhythmically as if it were three instruments in one.       Likened to the technical finger-picking style of the one true bass god Victor Wooten, Munday offers the addition of a rich R&B voice that could stand on its own. This album features only Munday and his bass, but will have you grooving wherever you are listening to it.      “Remember my name” is a slow funk ballad dedicated to a former lover, boasting fluid bass grooves and Munday’s velvety smooth vocals peppered with passionate raspy growls. “Just Can’t Lose” shows off Munday’s expert grasp of the bass with funk-face inducing grooves and lightening fast bass licks. “The Last Goodbye” mellows out with velvety crooning harmonies and a classic laid-back soulful vibe.         Munday’s command of h…

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