Debut album out today!

Colman Brothers pack shot - debut album cover

This bank holiday is a little more special than the usual ones – because today marks the release of the debut album! Out now in all it’s glory via independent record stores around the world and direct through the Wah Wah 45s store – get your copy here! Just £10 for the beautiful CD package or £8 for high quality digital download, don’t hang around – order now. Listen to the entire album below and then simply hit the ‘Buy’ button. iTunes release will follow soon – stay tuned if that is your preferred place of musical worship!

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“I like everything the Colman Brothers do!” Gilles Peterson (Radio 1)

“This is hot and original jazz dance stuff which is getting rarer and rarer these days. Big up Wah Wah 45s for keeping it up! Mr. DG is a killer. The whole album sounds great!” Michael Ruetten (Compost Records, Germany)

“Good album. Will be featured over the next few months.” Peter Young (Jazz FM)

“‘She Who Dares’ and ‘El Nino’ are the killa cuts i’ll be playing out. Superb album all round, its definitely gonna get a lot of play this summer!” Pimpernel Jones (Herma Puma, First Word Records)

“After a handful of genuinely amazing 45′s, The Colman Brothers LP has been a much anticipated release here at Jelly towers. The expectation has been high, and even before hearing it I kind of knew that this would be one of the most artistically complete things Wah Wah has ever put out, I wasn’t wrong!

Mat (trombone) and Andrew (trumpet/flugelhorn) with sister Sara on vocals have created simply stunning straight-up-jazz for the dancefloor album, it brings tough bossa rhythms on cuts like ‘Mr. DG’, the blazing ‘Another Brother’ and ‘Sem Amor’, alongside the more chilled late night flavours of ‘Momo’ and ‘The Chief’, and doing so have produced a beautifully constructed album that pays homage, musically and visually, to labels like Atlantic, Prestige and Riverside. This one is for fans of quality music, peroid. Fans of Nostalgia 77 and the like,this is your bag for sure. Big props to Animisiewasz from Poland too for a gorgeous bit of sleeve design!” Pete Isaac (Jelly Jazz)

“Colman Brothers rocks, including also nice tunes I have not heard before, great! Fine artwork and package, too!” Vesa Yli-Pelkonen / Wahoo! DJs Helsinki

“Heavy heavy music from Colman Brothers. They just made that dance floor jazz feeling fresh again. I’m still playing the Rhythm & Brass remix of ‘Sem Amor’ so I can’t wait to get close to this pile of new tunes. The ‘Another Brother’ remix is sounding really special. Can’t wait to turn it up. Fergus Murphy (Lights Down Low, RBMA Radio, Bitchslapmag.com, Denmark)

“I like everything the Marx Brothers did and the Colman Brothers have some hot tunes! ; •)” Rogall (Perfect Toy / Sonar Kollektiv, Berlin, Germany)

“This is SWEET from beginning to end!” Chris Greenwood (Stop Making Sense festival / Favela Chic)

“Wow! Looking forward to this!” Phil Jones (Polish Jazz Radio, Warsaw)

“Great album !” Ralf Zitzmann (Agogo Records, Germany)

“Beautiful album! I think I just fell in love with the Colman Brothers!” Markus Milz (Further In Fusion)

“The album is a winner. Love it!” DJ Georgios Paraglou (Greece)

“I just love it!” DJ Kwak

“My favorite jazz dance band with a full album, wow what a surprise!!! All killer, no filler, for sure. One of my top albums for 2011 and the future.” DJ Robert Lochmann (Jazzmadass Radio Show, Radio X, Frankfurt, Germany)

Radio play from Gilles Peterson (BBC Radio 1), Craig Charles (BBC 6Music), Peter Young (Jazz FM), Jazzradio.com, Kev Beadle (Solar Radio), Pete Isaac (Jelly Jazz Radio, Phonic FM – featured album), Russ Jones (HGT Radio), Josef Sedlon (Radio 1, Cz), Michael Ruetten (Compost Radio Show), RBMA Radio, 88.4FM (Berlin), Radio X (Frankfurt)

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