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The outcome is an extraordinary collection of contemporary blues, funky R&B, and swampy bayou numbers all bolstered by Nicole’s powerful, soul-drenched voice. Nicole is an exceptional singer whose vocal range and abilities appear limitless from track to track. She can grind like Koko Taylor (“Wolf Den”), croon sweetly like Bonnie Raitt (“Take It All” and “Just Give Me Tonight”), wail like Aretha Franklin (“Didn’t Do You No Good”), or belt it out like the great Etta James (“Fade Away”). In fact, Nicole covers the song “I Feel Like Breakin’ Up Somebody’s Home” made famous by her idol, James, with rousing enthusiasm, paying homage to not only Lady Etta, but the song’s sinful sentiment as well.
Glad they got to do it twice, and that we all get to hear it all, finally. – Tom Clarke ----------------------------- GREGG ALLMAN Live; Back To Macon, GA Rounder Since The Allman Brothers Band have ostensibly called it a day (actually some 16,000 of them), Gregg Allman jumped on the opportunity to focus on his solo career. Live: Back To Macon, GA was recorded in January, 2014, four days after Allman was feted with oomph and elegance at the all-star All My Friends concert, and nine months prior to the Brothers’ grand finale.
Mark Thompson ----------------------------- RONNIE EARL Father’s Day Stony Plain Boston-based Ronnie Earl, winner of the Blues Foundation’s 2014 Blues Music Award for Best Guitarist, is once again augmented by his excellent band, the Broadcasters, and joined by top vocalists Diane Blue and Michael Ledbetter for on this superb CD. The authentic West side Chicago sound echoes throughout the record, with two Otis Rush songs and another two by Magic Sam. B. King song and a side trip to New Orleans for a Fats Domino tune.