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Changes

Black Sabbath’s “Changes”, a uncharacteristically heartfelt piano ballad, surprised many fans at the time of its release in 1972.

Though even more surprising may be Charles Bradley’s choice to cover the song for his upcoming album “Changes.”  The soulful crooner takes the song to soaring new heights, which you can hear below.

Listen Up! New Music Arrivals for November

Fall in love with some of our latest arrivals (see what I did there?).

Pentatonix – Pentatonix (RCA Records) – Sometimes you have to take the word of an enthusiastic teenager to find new music. 386 more words

Music

Charles Bradley Show Review

Venue: Bluebird Theater

Location: Denver, Colorado

Date: 09/12/15

Inebriation Level: 12 Hours Of Straight Drinking

The Screaming Eagle of Soul was coming to Denver and I wasn’t going to miss it. 799 more words

Reviews

SteelyPhil's Music Post - Where did all the good music go?

The music scene these days is getting worse and worse.  In fact, I believe good music has been on a downtrend since the 90s.  So, where did all the good music go? 214 more words

New York

"how long do I have to wait for you?" - sharon jones & the dap-kings (2005)

We all want the quality of our lives to improve. With our own individual dreams, passions, and interests, each one of us has our own motivations to achieve happiness, or what we may think is happiness. 673 more words

The Frightnrs "I'd Rather Go Blind"

Daptone, as always provides us with some sweet reggae and most recently with the head bobbing “I’d Rather Go Blind” from the Frightnrs. Hailing from New York City and Daptone’s newest dabblers, they bring you the sort of love thatll have you embracing the nearest stranger and covering them in rum & ginger. 50 more words

News

Concert Column: Charles Bradley & The Extraordinaires @ SummerStage Flushing Meadows-Corona Park

Charles mother_____ Bradley. CHARLES MOTHA BLANKIN’ BRADLEY.

Charles Bradley
Chales Brodley
Chames Browdley
Hames Browd
James Brown

VH1 wrote about CB the other day, and they were completely right,  514 more words

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