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All Music Guide - Tammy La Gorce
With Say What You Mean, Seattle's Maktub ramp up their rock & roll credibility, sidestepping an overly trendy trip-hop trap the quintet might have seen coming after 2003's Khronos. The fancy footwork pays off -- songs like the Al Green-reminiscent "Say What You Mean" and "Daily Dosage," with its heavy soul crash, saw the act splintering from regional-favorites status to full-on, bring-'em-on blues-rock-soul heroes within a month of release. If credit could fall squarely on a single pair of shoulders it would, but given the enormity of frontman Reggie Watts' Afro that's an impossibility. Suffice it to say that his four-octave range and Prince-like charisma permeate ...
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All Music Guide - Tammy La Gorce
With Say What You Mean, Seattle's Maktub ramp up their rock & roll credibility, sidestepping an overly trendy trip-hop trap the quintet might have seen coming after 2003's Khronos. The fancy footwork pays off -- songs like the Al Green-reminiscent "Say What You Mean" and "Daily Dosage," with its heavy soul crash, saw the act splintering from regional-favorites status to full-on, bring-'em-on blues-rock-soul heroes within a month of release. If credit could fall squarely on a single pair of shoulders it would, but given the enormity of frontman Reggie Watts' Afro that's an impossibility. Suffice it to say that his four-octave range and Prince-like charisma permeate every track; though fans of Sly Stone and Lenny Kravitz will climb aboard first, count on Watts pulling in listeners from musical planets across the stratosphere.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/12/2005
  • Label: Velour Recordings
  • UPC: 687480040520
  • Catalog Number: 405

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Maktub Primary Artist
Bob Power Guitar, Keyboards
Thaddeus Turner Guitar
Reggie Watts Vocals
Kevin Goldman Bass
Davis Martin Drums
Daniel Spils Guitar, Keyboards
Daniel Spils Guitar, Keyboards
Technical Credits
Steve Fisk Producer, Audio Production
Joe Chiccarelli Producer, Audio Production
Bob Power Programming, Producer, Engineer, Audio Production
Jeff Patrick Krasno Executive Producer
Gary Reynolds Engineer
Jon Ervie Engineer
Blair Wells Engineer
Maktub Composer
Reggie Watts Composer
Emily Lazar Mastering
Printz Board Arranger
Daniel Spils Engineer
Sean Hoess Executive Producer
Mike Tierney Management
Steve Kaul Booking
Meryl OConnor Artwork, Illustrations, Cover Illustration
Mike Cashin Engineer
David Meinert Management
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Say What You Mean

    Maktub have really tapped into something that no one else is doing well right now. They are a soul band with rock elements and touches or RnB as well (I've heard them described as "heavy soul", which I think fits very well). They have the instrumentation of a rock band and they use it to its fullest. The band is tight and the good musicianship is showcased by clear, effective production. Best of all, this talented band is fronted by an equally talented singer. The vocals on the cd are outstanding! The songs are catchy well, soulful. Maktub is definitely a band to watch for. I listen to this album all the time and can't reccomend it enough!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Say What You Mean

    these dudes are from seattle but aren't on sub pop! weird, right? i will tell you why i like this band so much. they remind me of tv on the radio but they're less shmaltzy with the vocals. this is just one guy with a great voice singing over good rock music. it's a not such a insane concept, people! good is good and maktub is better! i can see why all the peeps in seattle are into this band. i hope the rest of america catches on soon!

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