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Shake Your Money

Brother Strut

Available in 48 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC audio formats

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Load In
Brother Strut
2:43
2
Tequila
Brother Strut
3:54
3
Shake Your Money
Brother Strut
3:20
4
Go Strut Yourself
Brother Strut
3:12
5
King of No Strings
Brother Strut
3:52
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Bad Self
Brother Strut
4:06
7
Delicious
Brother Strut
3:22
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Right Track
Brother Strut
5:09
9
Full House
Brother Strut
4:01
10
Into the New
Brother Strut
2:37
Total Playing Time    36:16
“You will wait a very long time indeed to see anything better, I can’t think who can top this.”
- Blues and Soul Magazine

From Van Morrison, Stevie Wonder, Elton John and Madonna to Sting, George Michael, Amy Winehouse and Tina Turner to name but a few, Brother Strut’s members have honed their prodigious talents on some of the world’s most prestigious stages alongside an array of music’s most cherished icons.

The band release their music through their own label Brother Strut Records. With their freedom intact, Brother Strut only take directions from their inspirations: funk, blues, American soul music of the 1960’s and ‘70’s and stunning live music.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Beatchain Records Studio Masters

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