In June, the eponymous Portland-based group Ural Thomas and the Pain—fronted by local soul and funk icon Ural Thomas—released an excellent third studio album, Dancing Dimensions, via British independent label Bella Union. Following up 2018’s The Right Time and 2016’s self-titled project. Dancing Dimensions is full of ’70s reminiscent soul music and smooth as honey from start to finish. In October, a super alluring show at Mississippi Studios gives us a chance to catch highlights from the album live, like the titular opening track, the deeply divine “Heaven,” “Do You Remember The Times We Had?” “Hung Up On My Dream,” and “Promises.”
by Portland Mercury Contributor Jenni Moore
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