Not so sure exactly if you can pin this album down as simply as it seems. On the surface Al brings you that smooth sultry goodness every couple needs when the kitchen table turns into a battleground, however the conversation being had on this album is just as revealing of Al’s state of mind and fragility as it is telling a story of a mans relationship crumbling to bits. 156 more words
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Christmas Day 2016 marked the death of another musical legend, George Michael, just as Christmas Day 2006 took my musical hero James Brown. As an ’80s baby I grew up with George Michaels music, and his death is shocking to me because he was a month younger than my own oldest brother. 1,028 more words
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Vintage Christmas Scene (original source unknown)
If a line was drawn in history as to three biggest voices to put soul music on the map, it would read like this: Sam Cooke, Otis Redding (featured in yesterday’s… 353 more words
The last segment of the Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums of All Time was intense. Some great stuff in that. We’re now in the Top 60. 2,463 more words