Can’t Buy Love – Stu Brooks Remix
Lucky Magnet Records is extremely proud to announce the release of new music from Indie Artist Cat Dail in collaboration with Producer Stu Brooks:
Cat Dail is an award-winning, internationally-touring, singer-songwriter guitarist, producer, independent label owner, mom, gallerist & activist.
Dail’s 2018 EP “Fight for Love“ boasts big-time 5-star performances from the creamy A-list of New York City’s Indie Music scene including the mighty genius Shawn Pelton on drums throughout, and cameos from the likes of : Andy Ezrin on electric piano, Clark Gayton on trombone, Steven Bernstein on slide trumpet, David Holmes on guitar, Joe LaPorta mastering.
Produced for Lucky Magnet Records by Teddy Kumpel “Fight for Love” has been feeling the Love from amazing FANS & reviewers, across a 30-city, 5-country, 2-continent (so far) Fight for Love Tour. See Cat Dail Band Camp!
Dail’s “Can’t Buy Love”, a shimmering vibrato of modern blues opens the “Fight for Love” EP, Track 1.
And, now, Lucky Magnet Records is very pleased to release this spectacular, deep, mysterious Remix by super-talented Brooklyn-based producer Stu “Bassie” Brooks.
Stu Brooks is a Canadian born/Brooklyn-based bass player, producer and songwriter. His has worked with artists such as Pretty Lights, Mike Patton, Lady Gaga, Lauryn Hill, 50 Cent, Meshell Ndegeocello, Mobb Deep, Mary J. Blige, Collie Buddz, Slick Rick, Eric Krasno, Mark Guiliana, Adam Deitch and Tupac Shakur (posthumously).
His bass performances have played a role in the creation of many Billboard charting, Grammy nominated and Platinum certified recordings, including; Pretty Lights’ 2013 Grammy nominated “A Color Map Of The Sun”, #7 Billboard hit “So Seductive featuring 50 Cent” and Tony Yayo’s Platinum Certified “Thoughts of a Predicate Felon”.
Brooks currently serves as the bassist and musical director for Grammy nominated artist, Matisyahu. His work with Matisyahu dates back to 2009 and spans four albums and multiple international tours. In 2014, Stu co-wrote and produced Matisyahu’s release “Akeda”.
During the summer of 2015, Brooks toured as the bassist for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fameinducted artist, Dr. John.
Brooks is working with Dail on a series of remixes emphasizing dimension, crossover GROOVE and always, the Fight for Love.
Fight For Love Newest EP!
All songs are written by Cat Dail and Teddy Kumpel, except “Player” written by Dail & Kumpel with bandmate/ collaborator/ genius/ guitarist pal, Joel Newton, and “Molly & Matchbox” which Dail wrote on her own.
In the short span of nearly 30 minutes, these 7 songs traverse wild landscapes and private horizons, addressing personal and social pains and pleasures. Is it Blues? Funk? Rock? Soul? Folk? Yes. It’s Indie Music from talented musicians with broad range & big Love. It’s funky rockin soulful indie groove with a female point of view, deep pocket, velvety vox, firm spine. It’s award-winning songwriting and hip-shaking mind-blowing performance!
Clark Gayton- trombone on “Flow Zone”
Steven Bernstein- slide trumpet on “Flow Zone”
Andy Ezrin- keys on “She Can Fly”
coyote- coyote on “Molly & Matchbox 18”
Round out the EP crew, with Joel Newton, Bob Stander, Winston Roye and Richie Monica joining the live band, as well.
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Cat Dail- Vocal & Guitar, Teddy Kumpel- Guitar, Bill Berry- Bass, John Kim- Drums, Aaron Whitby- Keys, Martha Redbone- Backing Vocals.
Produced, Engineered and Mixed by Teddy Kumpel.