Again positioning himself as an auteur outside the rigid confines of commercial radio, Van Hunt creates ’80s-lovin’ rock & soul on his second uncompromising, melting-pot opus On the Jungle Floor. Though his breath-heavy vocals recall Curtis May field, Prince and Sly Stone are the more resonant influences here. But he’s no follower: Twisty songwriting quirks, tasty guitar licks, and unexpected funk codas result in the welcome return of an original.
On the Jungle Floor Again positioning himself as an auteur outside the rigid confines of commercial radio, Van Hunt creates '80s-lovin' rock & soul on his second ...On the Jungle FloorR&B Again positioning himself as an auteur outside the rigid confines of commercial radio, Van Hunt creates '80s-lovin' rock & soul on his second ...2006-04-03
Genre: R&B; Lead Performer: Van Hunt; Producer (group): Capitol
Posted April 3 2006 — 12:00 AM EDT
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