A ’40s Big Band Remake of “Santeria” by Sublime, Featuring Natalie Angst

Natalie Angst – the young singer from our Glenn Miller-style remake of The Cure’s “Just Like Heaven”– returns this week for a ’40s Big Band – meets – Disney take on Sublime’s 1996 hit,”Santeria”  Watch here:

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Natalie’s beautiful phrasing, clear diction, and rich vocal tone gives a completely different sound to this catchy tune from my high school days.  To further contrast the original, I added some bright Disney-eque horns, played by some of PMJ’s best session players.   The result?  A Sublime classic as it would have sounded in an Old Hollywood-era film.

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We’ve announced new #PMJtour tour dates for Europe in 2018!  Click here to get tix.

 

Happy #PMJday!

-Scott

@scottbradlee


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