Lester Chambers

Bay Area collective Moonalice releases their latest body of work, Full Moonalice Vol. 2, a new volume of psychedelic soul to pair with their Nettwerk debut. Mixed and mastered by 4x-Grammy Award-winning engineer Dave Way, the six song EP exudes the positive energy and love for which the band is well known.

Today, San Francisco-based collective Moonalice releases “Yes We Can Can.” Originally written by Allen Toussaint and later recorded by The Pointer Sisters, “Yes We Can Can” has become a new motto for Moonalice with it’s motivating lyrics “We know we can make it work, I know we can make it if we try” and “Oh yes we can, great, gosh almighty yes we can.” The song’s message is loud and clear, yes we can!

San Francisco-based psychedelic soul group Moonalice releases “Love, Peace and Happiness.” The opening line serves as a mantra for vocalists Lester Chambers and his son Dylan: “All our love, peace, and happiness, we want to give to you yeah.” Initially written by The Chambers Brothers as the counterpart to “Time Has Come Today,” “Love, Peace and Happiness” has been a Chambers family anthem for over 50 years.

San Francisco-based psychedelic soul group Moonalice releases “People Get Ready.” The new single is a fresh take on the Curtis Mayfield track that The Chambers Brothers originally released on their 1965 debut album ‘People Get Ready.’ Named the unofficial anthem of the Civil Rights Movement by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the song is often used to get people marching or to calm and comfort them.

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