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Returning with new EP with Bella Brown and The Jealous Lovers band

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BELLA BROWN & THE JEALOUS LOVERS INVITE YOU TO TAKE A “ROCKET” RIDE!!!!! Explore new galaxies that will expand your Soul into the Funky future!!!!! Feel the exhilaration of warp speed travel powered by three original BBJL Burners and two classic 20th Century Bumps that feature special modifications by our lab!!!! This Rocket is engineered and piloted by Bella Brown & the Jealous Lovers! A team whose previous explorations include Eric Clapton, Bette Midler, Nick Waterhouse, Coolio, Iggy Pop, Beyonce, Fleetwood Mac, Whitney Houston, Prince, Jane’s Addiction, Isaac Hayes, Lettuce, Snarky Puppy, Queen Latifah, Marcus Miller, Justin Timberlake, Meshell Ndegeocello, Soulive, and Shelia E!  'Rocket': A mid-tempo funk burner in the vein of 20th-century pioneers Sly Stone and P-Funk. Put your gravity boots on! Bella sets up our trip with help from Justin Timberlake’s Regiment Horns and Lettuce guitarist Jeff Lockhart. 'I Can’t Get Next to You': Our lab’s modification on The Temptations classic bump. Bella throws it down over a James Brown-style groove, and Dumpstaphunk’s Alex Wasily brings a New Orleans-style Trombone Solo to the edge of the Milky Way.  'I’m Gone': A torchy downtempo burner. Bella bares her soul and The Regiment Horn’s Leon Silvia performs Tenor Sax Solos from a Bionary Star.  'Groove Me': Our lab’s modification on the classic King Floyd bump. Bella delivers sexy, sultry funk that’ll make a Starship Captain blush, while legendary guitarist Jimmy Vivino reminds us the Blues is what holds the universe together.  'Sell the World': Uptempo rock meets Motown burner, The Regiment Horns find Jazz on the ship's bridge, Prince alum Kat Dyson plays the perfect Guitar Solo despite only having access to analog technology

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