‘Fantastic’ Reviews for The Book of Jonah by Nadir

NADIR - The BOOK OF JONAH cover“His music is a harmonious blend of R&B, funk, jazz, hip-hop, rock and soul. On his latest album, “The Book of Jonah,” Nadir reveals a fantastic collection of songs with a positive message about everyday life.” – Detroit Free Press

“Nadir’s The Book of Jonah (Distorted Soul) is a fantastic piece of work from the man who seems to flit between hard rock, funk and soul in a Lenny Kravitz sort of way. Kravitz is the obvious comparison because of those cross influences, though old Len hasn’t written a song as good as “Belly of the Whale” or “95 Miles Down the Road” (the latter featuring the awesome Mayaeni) in years. Nadir also send his most recent 45’s – the aforementioned “95 Miles Down the Road” and “Go it Alone / Love Thang”. All is fantastic.” – Metro Times Detroit

“The Book of Jonah features 11 energetic tracks that primarily deal with the artist’s take on love and life. And while [2008's] Working for the Man stands as one of the best records in the last five years due to its timeliness, The Book of Jonah will just have to settle for being one [of] the top albums of 2012.” – SoulTracks.com

“Der Mann für den kräftigen Ton. Wieder da. Und er hat eine Frau an seine Saite gestellt. Die nennt sich Mayaeni und versteht sich ebenfalls mittels einer rauen Gitarre in Szene zu setzen. Jenseits jedweder Marketing-Strategie pustet das dynamische Duo allzu wohltönende Schwarz-Musikanten aus den Abspielgeräten und schafft Platz für schwerblütigen Rock´n´Soul. “95 Miles Down The Road” ist eine erste Ansage aus dem neuen Nadir Album “The Book Of Jonah”. Übrigens, ich mag´das so, wie es ist.” – SonicSoulReviews.com

WDET-FM Detroit:
The Book of Jonah is Rob Reinhart’s Essential Music CD Pick of the Week

Ann Delisi Essential Music Listening Party

Funk Gumbo Radio Video of the Day: Nadir – “95 Miles Down The Road” feat. Mayaeni

What’s all the fuss about? Listen for yourself…

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Detroit Bass Player Interview with Christopher Spooner

Christopher Spooner is a bad mother shut-yo-mouf! If you need proof, check out his playing all over Nadir’s new album The Book of Jonah. Here he sits down for his Detroit Bass Player interview.

Go Spoon!!

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VIDEO: The Book of Jonah Album Release Party at PJ’s Lager House, October 5, 2012 in Detroit via LiveDetroit.TV

In case you missed it, or if you want to experience it again, here’s the video from The Book of Jonah Album Release Party at PJ’s Lager House, Friday, October 5, 2012. The show features sets by Final Cue, multiple sets by DJ Psycho, and special guest performances by Mayaeni and Jessie Fowlkes.

And after you party with us, cop the disc here: PURCHASE THE BOOK OF JONAH NOW

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