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The Blind Boys Of Alabama are pure gospel, in spirit and in sound. For this outing, they take on a mix of genres, but, as usual, anything they touch turns heavenly. Fans of the gospel Keynotes will remember newest Blind Boy Paul Beasley from his astonishing falsetto performances with that group. Here he sounds as clear and powerful on “Take Me To The Water/None But The Righteous” 34 Blues Music Magazine mashup as he did in his heyday with that group. It’s an auspicious debut for their newest member, another powerful weapon in the Boys’ vocal arsenal.
This one is highly recommended! – Mark Thompson Heartfixer For the second release on his own label, guitarist Tinsley Ellis opens with his roadworn baritone voice singing over acoustic THE BLIND BOYS OF ALABAMA I’ll Find A Way Sony Masterworks Nobody else sounds like them. The Blind Boys Of Alabama are pure gospel, in spirit and in sound. For this outing, they take on a mix of genres, but, as usual, anything they touch turns heavenly. Fans of the gospel Keynotes will remember newest Blind Boy Paul Beasley from his astonishing falsetto performances with that group.
To be sure, this CD is informed by the blues, but for the most part, this recording is much closer to rock. You can readily hear reminders of Cream, Bad Company, and other blues-influenced rock bands of the 1960s. A few of the tracks, “You Make A Mess,” “Right From Wrong,” and especially “Why Are People Like That,” do a great job of combining blues and rock (with a splash of swamp water thrown in). But there are more that really don’t work. They’re impeccably played, but ultimately forgettable, generic rock songs.
Blues Music Magazine #3 by EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Art Tipaldi