Instrumental funk-fusion from the Netherlands
Continuing our journey in space, Headflow released it’s 4th track: Eagle Has Landed
This track is inspired by the first men landing on the moon. It is an energetic funk-fusion song, with groovy drums (Koen van Velzen) and a funky hammond-organ solo (Hans de Wild). With a sturdy bass (Ivan Schoelink) and energetic guitar parts (Dominggus Pfaff) this song is inspired by artists like Herbie Hancock, Cory Wong and Jeff Lorber.
In this track you can hear the original audio sample of the astronauts landing on the moon.
Can you imagine the feeling of wonder and awe, that while floating in a spaceship, falls upon you at the first appearance of the earth? An image that only a few will experience in their life: Not the moonrise but the magnificent: Earthrise!
Hear the voices of the astronauts in this track as they get their first glimpse of the earth rising.
Drums: Koen van Velzen
Bass: Ivan Schoelink
Guitars: Luca Bellanova
Keys: Hans de Wild
To The Moon is the second single from Headflow. Producer and professional drummer Koen van Velzen kept building the story of the concept album with tracks about space and space exploration.
To The Moon is a fusion track with hints of jazz and funk. For this track Koen is joined by Ivan Schoelink (Bass), Rick Linzel (Keys) Dominggus Pfaff (Guitar).
Lift Off is the debut single of Headflow. It is the first single of his concept album: Space. Crossing lines between pop, funk and jazz rock, this track is a cinematic fusion song for people who love the music of Vulfpeck, Cory Wong and Snarky Puppy. For this track, Koen van Velzen (drums) is joined by: Willem de Booij (Bass), Charlotte Hebels (Keys) and Dominggus Pfaff (Guitar).
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