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The Brand New Heavies - 03 - Shelter
 
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Additional personnel includes: Neil Cowley (guitar, piano, Fender Rhodes, keyboards); Gavyn Wright, Wilf Gibson, Jim McLeod, Perry Montague-Mason, Dave Nolan, Boguslav Kostecki (violin); Peter Lale, Garfield Jackson (viola); Tony Pleeth, Paul Kegg (cello); Michael Smith, Paul Wiemar (saxophone); Gerald Presencer (trumpet, flugelhorn); Noel Langley (trumpet); Dennis Rollins, Pat Hartley (trombone); Chris Laurence, Mike Brittain (bass); Jeff Scantlebury (congas, percussion); Yo Yo, Henry Binns, Beverly Brown, Richard Wayler (background vocals). Siedah Garrett (vocals); Simon Bartholomew (guitar, background vocals); Andrew Levy (bass, percussion, tambourine, background vocals). Brand New Heavies: Jan Kincaid (vocals, keyboards, drums, percussion); Q (5/97, p.114) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...their most cohesive set yet, a simmering collection of sweaty funk workouts dispatched with the band's unique sense of cool." JazzTimes (10/97, p.86) - "...the familiar Brit-influenced grooves are in place....there isn't a whole lot of envelope pushing here, just a pleasant holding pattern." Vibe (6-7/97, p.165) - "...With SHELTER, the Heavies prove they're still the feel-good band they've always been, serving up a hearty stew of deep grooves, breezy horns, and funky bass lines..."
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter, 1997
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Brand New Heavies - Shelter
 
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Live at Indigo2 on 3rd December 2010
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter (Mark Spike Stent Edit)
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Trunk Funk - The Best of The Brand New Heavies
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The Brand New Heavies - Sometimes (Playboy After Dark vers.)
 
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http://www.deliciousvinyl.com From their 1997 Delicious Vinyl album, "Shelter".
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter (Dan's Groove Part 1)
 
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(c) FFRR Records 1997
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter(Harvey's Stomp Mix)ffrr
 
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Massive Disco mix From Londons DJ Harvey.
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(1991) The Brand New Heavies feat. N'dea Davenport - Never Stop [The Blaze Shelter RMX]
 
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http://www.discogs.com/Brand-New-Heavies-Never-Stop/release/1310884 (Promotional Use Only. All Rights belong to their respective owners. Support Artists, if You like, buy the Music. 'Please' if You want to remove a song just leave me a message and I will do it. Thanks!) http://www.youtube.com/user/DancinDeep - Dancin Deep http://www.youtube.com/user/DancinDeepy - Dancin Deepy http://www.youtube.com/user/DancinDeeper - Dancin Deeper http://www.youtube.com/user/DancinDeepest - Dancin Deepest
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Rodney P & The Brand New Heavies - Shelter
 
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The Brand New Heavies/Rodney P. FFRR 1997 http://tr.im/wZ9V
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter Spikes Remix
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Sometimes
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter, 1997
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HIGHEST HIGH : The Brand New Heavies
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Sometimes
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Crying Water
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter, 1997
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter (Dobie's the Way It Should Be Mix)
 
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the amazing funcool remix
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Brand New Heavies - Day By Day
 
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Shelter (1997)
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The Brand New Heavies - You've Got A Friend
 
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From their 1997 Delicious Vinyl album, "Shelter". http://www.deliciousvinyl.com http://www.HeaviesListeningParty.com to hear the entire new album "Get Used To It" featuring N'Dea Davenport.
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The Brand New Heavies - I Like It
 
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Love Jones The Music
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Brand New Heavies Feat. Q-Tip - Sometimes [Ummah Remix]
 
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Album - Sometimes Vinyl single - The Shelter Released - 1997 The Brand New Heavies began in the 1980s as an instrumental acid jazz group called Brother International.[1] The group came up with the Heavies name after signing their first record contract, borrowing from a liner note on a James Brown single declaring the artist "Minister of New Super Heavy Funk".[2] As The Brand New Heavies they gained a cult following in the London club scene and soon signed to Cooltempo as acid jazz replaced rare groove in clubs. The band issued a debut recording for Eddie Piller's Acid Jazz label in 1990 with Jay Ella Ruth as lead singer.[3] A single, "Got to Give", came out on Cooltempo before the Brand New Heavies signed to Acid Jazz Records and released Brand New Heavies to critical acclaim. The band signed to a division of Chrysalis Records in the UK,[1] and American distribution was picked up by influential label Delicious Vinyl, and N'Dea Davenport (who had signed an artist development deal with Delicious Vinyl) joined the group. A revamped version of the first album with vocals by N'Dea Davenport was then released, and the singles "Dream Come True", "Never Stop" and "Stay This Way", all with Davenport on lead vocals, became hits on both sides of the Atlantic, with the latter becoming a music video directed by Douglas Gayeton that saw heavy rotation on MTV. The group's appearance with MC Serch (formerly of 3rd Bass) and Q-Tip (of A Tribe Called Quest) at a performance in New York City, inspired the group to incorporate elements of hip hop music. Their next album was the critically acclaimed Heavy Rhyme Experience, Vol. 1, which included collaborations with Guru of Gang Starr and The Pharcyde, among others, but lacked any female vocals. While under management by Colin Lester's and Ian McAndrew's Wildlife Entertainment, The Brand New Heavies released Brother Sister (1994) which was the last album for a while with N'Dea Davenport, who had left to complete her solo album (which she had put on hold to join the Heavies). The album spawned more singles, though one of them, a cover of Maria Muldaur's "Midnight at the Oasis", was popular only in the UK because it was not included in the US version of the album. Siedah Garrett joined the group for their next album, Shelter (1997). It contained the minor hit, the Carole King-penned song "You've Got a Friend" that was originally made famous by James Taylor. Again, though, this song did not appear on the US version of the album. The album also contained the hit "Sometimes". The remix of "Sometimes" included the rap vocals of Q-Tip. The Brand New Heavies then released their greatest hits album, Trunk Funk - The Best of The Brand New Heavies (2000) with Carleen Anderson on vocals for some newly recorded songs, followed by the Japan only album We Won't Stop (2003) featuring a variety of vocalists and Allaboutthefunk (2004) featuring British singer Nicole Russo on vocals. In April 2006, the Brand New Heavies reunited with N'Dea Davenport and former label Delicious Vinyl. A new album, Get Used to It was released on 27 June 2006 via Starbucks and more traditional music retail outlets. The album was recorded in New York and London; and the lead single "I Don't Know Why (I Love You)" was issued in early May. The single was notable for being one of very few late releases to feature the trademarked A Tom Moulton Mix, as he had been asked to contribute remixes. Later that year, their song "Jump 'N' Move" was featured on the soundtrack for the 2006 computer animated feature film, Happy Feet, and the in-game soundtrack for 2004's NBA Live 2005 and 2009's NBA 2k10. The band toured at the end of 2006. The Brand New Heavies released a live album in October 2009 - Live In London - and announced plans to record two new studio albums in 2010-2011. The first likely to be released is "Heavy Rhyme Experience Vol. 2", which would be a follow-up to 1992's "Heavy Rhyme Experience Vol. 1". Dizzee Rascal and Roots Manuva are rumoured to be contributing to this project. The second new studio album is to be the true follow-up to 2006's "Get Used To It", with N'dea Davenport once again on vocals. No release date for either album has been mentioned by the band or its record label as of late 2011.
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The Brand New Heavies - I Like It
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter, 1997
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The Brand New Heavies - After Forever
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter, 1997
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The Brand New Heavies - Sometimes (1997)
 
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Produced By The Brand New Heavies From The Brand New Heavies Shelter Album
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The Brand New Heavies - Sometimes Feat Q-Tip (Ummah RMX)
 
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http://www.deliciousvinyl.com From their 1997 Delicious Vinyl album "Shelter".
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The Brand New Heavies - Feels Like Right
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter, 1997
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Brand New Heavies - Shelter
 
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Nisville Jazz Festival, 19.08.2012.
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The Brand New Heavies - Saturday Night
 
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From their 1997 Delicious Vinyl album release, "Shelter". http://www.deliciousvinyl.com http://www.HeaviesListeningParty.com to hear the entire new album "Get Used To It" featuring N'Dea Davenport.
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Brand New Heavies - You Are The Universe (TV-Clip)
 
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Thanks to 'sanjuanist85' for the video, the audio is from the Album 'Shelter' (Radio Version 1997) written by Andrew Levy and Siedah Garrett Musicians: Jan Kincaid: drums, keyboards Simon Bartholomew: guitar, vocals Andrew Levy: bass, keyboards Siedah Garrett: vocals copyright: 1997 London Records 90 Ltd publisher: Delicious Vinyl
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The Brand New Heavies - You've Got A Friend (Radio Version)
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter, 1997
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The Brand New Heavies - Sometimes (Radio Edit)
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Sometimes, 1997
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The Brand New Heavies - Last To Know (1997)
 
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Produced By The Brand New Heavies From The Brand New Heavies Shelter Album
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The Brand New Heavies - You Are The Universe
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter, 1997
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Shelter (Brand New Heavies album) Top # 7 Facts
 
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Shelter (Brand New Heavies album) Top # 7 Facts
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The Brand New Heavies - Highest High
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter, 1997
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The Brand New Heavies - stay gone
 
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Disc: Shelter (1997)
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The Brand New Heavies - Day By Day
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter, 1997
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The Brand New Heavies - Sometimes
 
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Brand New Heavies - Forward
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter (Spike's remix)
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter (Spike's remix)
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THE BRAND NEW HEVIES, CRYING WATER
 
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THE BRAND NEW HEVIES, CRYING WATER ,SIEDAH GARRETT ON VOCALS, FROM THE SHELTER LP , DELICIOUS VINYL 1997
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The Brand New Heavies - I Like it
 
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from album Shelter
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The Brand New Heavies - Last To Know
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter, 1997
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The Brand New Heavies - Once Is Twice Enough
 
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The Brand New Heavies - Shelter, 1997
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You've Got A Friend - The Brand New Heavies
 
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Shelter is an album by the Brand New Heavies that was released in 1997. It is the only album by the group with Siedah Garrett as a member. Garrett had joined the Brand New Heavies in 1996, but left in early 1998 to concentrate on her own songwriting. As part of the band, she enjoyed a minor hit with a cover of the Carole King-penned song "You've Got a Friend" that was originally made famous by James Taylor...
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