Who says soul is dead? All you need to do is go to the 200,000-person college town of Madison, WI. Nestled in the heart of the cheese state, this town serves as the breeding ground of a different type of badgers - soulful motherf***ers straight outta the 70's, here in the 90's. Left Undone's unique sound blends their influences of soul, funk and classic rock. With comparisons ranging from The Black Crowes and Traffic all the way to Sly and the Family Stone, and Three Dog Night, left undone's infectious sound has captured audiences in all walks of life. 'One of Madison's best new rock bands comes from Chicago' reports The Capitol Times. The Uptown Soultel (Sept. 98), is the follow up to their debut CD, Mama's Pouch (Dec. 95), which sold over 1,500 copies at live shows. Two and a half years, and 200 shows later, the guys have truly honed their style of soul-laden rock. All of their collaborative work thus far is represented in songs such as 'Ain't So Big No More', 'What's She Groovin' On', and 'Get Away From Here.' The product of two grueling, 18-hour recording sessions at the infamous Gravity Studios in Chicago, The Uptown Soultel marks left undone's arrival as one of the freshest, most captivating sounds on the national music scene today. Songs from The Uptown Soultel can be heard on college and commercial radio nationwide, as well as on MTV's Road Rules, The Discovery Channel's Outward Bound, and Disney's Z Games.
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