Ginger Beef remind you that nothing exists without rhythm in music. Their unique instrumental chemistry looks like a well executed crime, something to be in awe of, in order to decriminalize. They have put together some incredible music and comprises award-winning flutist Jiajia Li and her husband, veteran producer/multi-instrumentalist, Warren Tse. Someone you might know as MSG. This is their cover of Focus’ super single from the 1970 hit album, Focus II: Moving Waves. This is Hocus Pocus.
You have to know, this track was a huge deal when it aired on the radio first. The delicious riff, buildup and catchy rhythm screamed action. Ginger Beef unite their extraordinary skills to make something marvelous. The execution is top-notch, and the addition of scintillating organ and dynamic flute work makes this a tip of the hat to the original. People obsess over the original as they heard it first, well and good. The way Ginger Beef execute it though? A level of finesse from a duo that reminds you that lyrics aren’t everything in an outrageous song. Maybe, sometimes, the flow is so killer you never needed any in the first place. ‘Nuff said. You want to hear more? Listen to their single Flashback from 2021. Tight, entertaining and magical, in other words.
They can unite elements of jazz, pop, rock and prog with their talent. This song would be great in the movie Nobody (2021). With its incredible action shots and this band dropping such a great tribute to a great song, there is a lot to look forward to. You’ll understand only when you experience it. Make sure you watch the cool video as well. Follow them for more entertaining music sure to come!