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Grant Britt LOU PRIDE Ain’t No More Love In This House OTIS GRAND Blues ‘65 Severn MainGate Chicago’s Lou Pride passed away in 2012 at age 68. His fourth and final release for the Maryland label that revived his career serves as his swan song, and what a magnificent swan song it is. Like his Windy City contemporary Otis Clay, Pride is just as formidable singing the sweeter soul of his hometown as well as grittier Southern soul. Willie Mitchell recorded both singers in Memphis in the early Seventies backed by the Hi Rhythm Section and the Memphis Horns.

McBride’s and Simone’s emotional vocal duet on “Home To Me” hints at what the song might have sounded like if she was more present in the mix. “Down To The Wire” is a revisiting of McBride’s signature anthem that appeared on earlier live and studio albums. Crossing The Line shows McBride definitely has the fevered guitar chops, evolving songwriting skills and emotive vocal abilities. But more varied music experience over time will prove if the comparisons to countrymen Gallagher and Moore are truly warranted.

Occasionally, Ellis’ songs lose a bit of steam when he relies too heavily on repeating a lyrical phrase. But his dynamic performances carry the day, making this recording one of the best of his career. 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.

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