The Bahama Soul Club feat. Josephine Nightingale – The Rooster Calls

"The Rooster Calls," is a funky jazz masterpiece we can't get enough of

Ready to be enchanted by new funky jazz? The Bahama Soul Club latest “The Rooster Calls” is how new Jazz music should sound in order to be perpetrated across all other genres and across all good-music listeners.

The South-Western Algarve is home to the grande dame of soul, Josephine Nightingale. She’s a local legend known for her soulful, sincere, and unique voice. The Bahama Soul Club latest track (released today) was written specifically for her and her, and for her to sing.


And the fact is, her powerful vocals immediately captivated us and will captivate you. The song is a brass-heavy burner with a captivating beat, soul-inspired horns, and rolling bass lines. It’s a confident release full of heart and detail.

About The Bahama Soul Club

Bahama Soul Club is a German group known for its blend of soul, jazz, funk, bossa nova, afro, and Caribbean music. The band, led by Oliver Belz, started in 2005 under the name The Juju Orchestra and released several successful albums, including “Bossa Nova Is Not a Crime” “Rhythm Is What Makes Jazz Jazz” and “Bossa Nova Just Smells FunkyBahama Soul Club‘s music has been well-received globally, with many chart entries and features on German radio stations. Their most successful album to date is “The Cuban Tapes“. Recently in 2020 they released “Bohemia After Dawn” recorded in their new studio in Portugal. With 60 million streams on Spotify, Bahama Soul Club is a prominent figure in the international club jazz scene. Their music is an original combination of afrolicious bossa-jazz with 60s soul and 70s funk, transcending language and race for a timeless sound.

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