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Omar - The Man [Official Video]

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Published on Apr 26, 2013

▶ Buy on iTunes UK/EU/ROW: http://it.kud.li/fsr099d
▶ Buy on iTunes US: http://it.kud.li/642511378
▶ Buy the album at Amazon UK: http://kud.li/12DcY6C

Taken from forthcoming album of the same name, 'The Man', released by Freestyle Records: http://freestylerecords.co.uk

Directed by Robin Brunson (Hexstatic).

Omar online:
https://facebook.com/omarofficialuk
http://twitter.com/omarlyefookMBE
http://omarmusic.co.uk/

Freestyle Records online:
https://facebook.com/FreestyleRecords
https://twitter.com/freestylerecrds
http://freestylerecords.co.uk

▶ Buy on vinyl: http://k.kud.li/fsr099

Release Notes:

There cannot have been many times a bass clarinet b-line was destined to become one of the most memorable and catchiest moments in contemporary soul, but on the new single, The Man, that's precisely what happens. Add to that a stunning vocal performance, the slinkiest of beautiful key changes, and an uplifting vibe that simply emanates class and style, and you will understand why those who were privileged to hear The Man early on, all without exception, flipped, slipped and fell totally in love with its soul, its groove and irrepressible spirit.

This release sees three reworkings of the title track; US mainstay of conscious hip hop and electronica, Shafiq Husayn, literally leapt at the chance to remix The Man and gives it a minor mood feel, with spacey synthesiser lines added to emphasise this most memorable of melodies, Maddslinky (aka Zed Bias), came with a remix from a pumping, contemporary club direction including a driving beat coupled with spacy breakdowns and his trademark production skills, and Scratch Professer puts his unique stamp on his retwist of The Man like no one else could!

Completing the circle that began all the way back in the early 1990s, Omar has completely re-recorded his classic love song There's Nothing Like This, which this time features bass player to the Gods Pino Palladino. The touching sentiment remains undiminished, but with the addition of soaring strings, soulful, jazzy horns, an all round live and acoustic feel, plus an extended and new arrangement, Omar has done the impossible; improved upon the un-improvable, that is likely to become the definitive version of an already much adored classic.

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