Redefining the classics: CJ Commerford & The Supertones’ electrifying ‘Move On Up’

CJ Commerford & The Supertones have unleashed a tsunami of good vibes with their electrifying cover of ‘Move On Up.’ 

CJ Commerford & The Supertones have breathed new life into the Curtis Mayfield classic, ‘Move On Up,’ reinterpreting a beloved song that has stood the test of time.

The result is a mesmerizing live studio performance that captivates both the ears and the eyes. The Mornington Penninsula bands rendition of ‘Move On Up’ is a testament to the enduring power of the progressive soul hit. 

CJ Commerford & The Supertones

There are about a million reasons to love this: not least for its sage advice and uplifting melodies, but for CJ’s smoothly delivered reminder of the timeless potency that this classic holds. 

With their soulful and infectious energy, CJ Commerford & The Supertones deliver a powerful reminder that great music transcends time, leaving an indelible mark and extending an invitation to experience the transformative power it holds.

Their interpretation of ‘Move On Up’ is an enchanting journey, allowing us to dance, let go, and find solace in the melodies. Through their performance, they invite us to embrace the rhythm of life and revel in the timeless magic that music brings.

Every note and beat of CJ Commerford & The Supertones’ recording is a testament to their unwavering passion for their craft. Captured at the renowned LMC studio in Cheltenham VIC, the sound is expertly mixed by Simon Moro and masterfully mastered by Joe Carra at Crystal Mastering.

From the first strum of the guitar to the final drum fill, their dedication shines through, ensuring that every nuance and emotion is brought to life with pristine clarity. It’s a testament to their commitment to delivering a sonic experience that leaves a lasting impact on the listener.

The expert mixing skills of Simon Moro and the masterful touch of Joe Carra at Crystal Mastering have elevated the sound to new heights, ensuring that every nuance and emotion is captured with pristine clarity. 

CJ Commerford & The Supertones

But it doesn’t stop there, my friends! The band has generously shared a full live video of the performance, allowing us to witness the magic firsthand. Prepare to be captivated as you see CJ and the gang in their element, pouring their hearts and souls into each and every moment.

From the infectious energy that permeates the room to the joyous camaraderie among the musicians, the video is a visual feast that brings the music to life. 

In a digital-dominated world, CJ and his band pay homage to the analouge era, preserving the old soul sound and honoring the rich musical heritage that came before them.

It’s a beautiful testament to the enduring power of vintage music, that resonated deeply with listeners. With each performance, CJ and The Supertones transport audiences to a bygone era, where raw authenticity and unfiltered emotion were the essence of music. 

Led by CJ, their collective talent creates a sonic masterpiece that is truly extraordinary. With guitarist Lennie Farchione, bassist Aidan Efron, drummer Alex Keser, trumpet player Dave Flynn, and keys/saxophonist Sebastian Farchione, their magic unfolds, weaving seriously delicious riffs and inviting melodies that leave listeners craving more.

The band’s latest album ‘Sugar’ is a musical journey that heightens the spirit, melting away troubles with its hooky riffs, sultry melodies, and undeniable positive energy. Let ‘The Supertones’ whisk you away to a realm where infectious energy collides with musical mastery.

Surrender to their alluring melodies and let the troubles of the world dissolve into a sea of musical bliss. Their latest album is an invitation to escape, dance, and revel in the enduring power of music.

Prepare to be captivated by their soulful fusion as they sweep you off your feet and into a realm where the vintage sound reigns supreme. Let CJ’s soul-stirring melodies be the soundtrack to your own musical journey, paying tribute to the soul and blues legends who paved the way.