Review: Lake Street Dive’s ‘Free Yourself Up’ Shrewdly Conjures Retro Pleasures

Review: Lake Street Dive’s ‘Free Yourself Up’ Shrewdly Conjures Retro Pleasures

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Rachael Price’s voice comes at you like a muscle car of music history, blues and bebop detailing on a classic soul ‘n’ rock chassis, and her band’s latest set comes with songcraft grown tighter and more polished, shrewdly conjuring retro pleasures per usual. The funky-pop strut “Shame Shame Shame,” for example, isn’t the 1974 Shirley and Company proto-disco hit. But it might make for an

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