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Moonalice’s Roger McNamee & Lester Chambers

Moonalice’s Roger McNamee & Lester Chambers

Hear to an interview about the new group’s new EP as properly as the ‘Summer Of Soul’ documentary film and additional.

By Crew JamBase Apr 28, 2022 10:51 am PDT

Episode 123 of The JamBase Podcast, a partner of the Osiris Media Network, attributes an job interview with Roger McNamee and Lester Chambers of Moonalice. JamBase’s Andy Kahn interviewed the pair about the group’s new EP, Entire Moonalice, Vol. 1 and much more.

JamBase was honored to have Lester Chambers on the podcast. Chambers is a co-founding member of the 1960s psychedelic soul band The Chambers Brothers. That group, which provided Lester’s siblings, was accountable for these kinds of hits as “Time Has Come Today” and “People Get All set.” Lester talked about The Chambers Brothers’ outstanding appearance in the documentary movie Summer time Of Soul. The Roots drummer Questlove directed Summer months Of Soul, which recently won the Oscar for Finest Documentary Movie.

Chambers instructed Kahn what it was like to 1st understand about the task that spotlighted the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival, a multi-7 days event that includes Stevie Ponder, Sly & The Household Stone, Nina Simone, Mahlia Jackson and a lot of other folks. Chambers also advised other stories from that time period of time, like meeting The Beatles in 1969, which led to foraging a friendship with John Lennon and Yoko Ono. Chambers also talked about encounters with a then-unknown Alice Cooper and other amazing aspects of his very long and storied career.

Roger began the job interview by laying out the history of Moonalice, which was begun at the urging of renowned producer T Bone Burnett. The band has developed over the many years, now showcasing a 10-person lineup that features drummer John Molo, bassist Pete Sears and multi-instrumentalists Barry Sless and Jason Crosby. Singing siblings the T Sisters and Lester’s son Dylan Chambers round out the Whole Moonalice Lineup.

McNamee and Chambers comprehensive recording their EP, which came out on April 20th. They talked about selecting the songs on the album, which contains “Time Has Occur,” “People Get Ready” and “Let’s Get Funky” which is an update of The Chambers Brothers’ tune “Funky.” The job interview also touched on many other subject areas, these kinds of as touring and their 4/20 live performance, which ended up getting postponed immediately after COVID infiltrated their camp.

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