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Odis : vocals
Mole : vocals
Elliot : keys
Gilmour : bass
Rich : drums
James : alto sax
Justin : trumpet
Ferrari Rob : tenor sax
Leroy : percussion
Still Dan : guitar
TCMC are one of a few bands in the country to perform live hip hop, with no loops or samples, just real instruments. When they combine this with an eclectic mix of urban jazz, funk, hip-hop, R'n'B and soul, they create a fluid funk flava to call their own.
Their unique sound and engaging live performance has already seen them play numerous sell out gigs across the country and make appearances at the London Astoria, Oxford's Zodiac and the Jazz Café. They also played the headline slot at Windsor's Freestyle Weekend and have a headline slot booked for Slough's Urban Action in summer 2006.
Quotes about TCMC:
"...it's easy to get captivated by the beautiful tones of the lead vocalist, the rap from the second vocalist, the enigmatic three piece brass section and the strong drum, bass, keys and guitar. The dual vocals work superbly well. The audience falls totally for the Cause."
Review on www.emergenzauk.co.uk
"Innovative and Original are words that are commonplace and over-used in an industry littered with legal plagiarising from pretentious imitators. The Common Moral Cause, however, are both innovative and original."
Pete Price - Route 66
"...their eclectic combination of Hip-Hop, Drum'n'bass, funk, latin and jazz guarantees a great night out." Graham Steele - Windsor Arts Centre
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