J.P. Bimeni & The Black Belts - Keep On Running / I Miss You (7
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J.P. Bimeni & The Black Belts

Keep On Running / I Miss You (7")

Tucxone Records
Release date: 07/05/2019
genre: Soul
Format: 5" / 7" / 10"
€10.79
J.P. Bimeni & The Black Belts - Keep On Running / I Miss You (7

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Brand new track and 7" vinyl release of the 1965 smash hit 'Keep on Running' made famous by the Spencer Davis Group

After a meteoric rise in 2018 following the release of his debut album, 'Free Me', J.P. Bimeni's remarkable and soul stewed journey continues with the release of the classic Jackie Edwards track 'Keep on Running'. Recognized as a stone-cold soul music canon after the UK's Spencer Davis Group's 1965 stewardship of the song to top of the pops, Bimeni adds his golden Burundian touch aided and abetted by the Black Belts and a terrific hammond organ. 'I Miss You ' is on the flip and features on the long player - a devilishly emotional lament that harks back to the motor city circa late 1960s.

J.P. Bimeni's debut album 'Free Me' is BBC 6Music Album of the Year 2018 (Chosen by Craig Charles)

BBC 6Music and Craig Charles awarded Bimeni and his band 'Album of the Year' at the end of 2018 and critics and fans have been blown away since his album and remarkable story came to light. Bimeni is a royal refugee turned soul survivor with a remarkable story of resistance having fled Burundi's civil war after three attempts on his life, landing in Wales as a teenager.

On his debut album Free Me, Burundian-born JP Bimeni astonishes with a voice that recalls Otis Redding in his prime whilst resonating with the soul of Africa. Living in London since the early 2000s, Bimeni songs of love and loss, hope and fear deliver with a conviction that comes from the extraordinary experiences life has thrown at him.

With classic 60s-sounding Motown and Stax-inspired grooves the album was written by musical director Eduardo Marti´nez and songwriter Marc Ibarz and Bimeni imbues these tales of love and loss with his tragic experiences making ‘Free Me’ a deep soul soundtrack to his pained life: “When I sing I feel like I’m cleansing myself: music is a way for me to forget”.

Music is also a way for him to survive: “You can’t entertain the pain of your problems all the tim

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