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Dave Keller - Soul Changes (2014)

19-05-2014, 05:45
Music | Blues | Soul



Dave Keller - Soul Changes (2014)


Artist: Dave Keller
Title Of Album: Soul Changes
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Dave Keller DBA Tastee-Tone Records
Genre: Blues, Memphis Blues, Soul-Blues
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 43:45 Min
Total Size: 107 Mb

Tracklist:

1. Searchin' For A Sign
2. 17 Years
3. Old Man's Lullabye
4. I Wish We'd Kissed
5. Lonely And I
6. One More Time
7. It's Too Strong
8. Back In Love Again
9. Don't Look Back
10. Heart On A String
11. Is It Over

With top producer Bob Perry (Wu-Tang Clan, 50 Cent, Brian McKnight, Foxy Brown, The Revelations), Keller headed to Memphis to record his original songs at hallowed ground -- Willie Mitchell's Royal Recording -- where Al Green and others worked their magic in the late 60s and early 70s. The stars aligned perfectly, and Keller was joined by some of the greatest soul musicians of all time.
SOUL CHANGES features the legendary Hi Rhythm Section (Teenie Hodges on guitar, Leroy Hodges on bass, and Charles Hodges on organ), who backed Al Green on all his hits, and who played on hits by Ann Peebles ("I Can't Stand the Rain"), Otis Clay, Syl Johnson, and Keller's personal fave, O.V. Wright. Adding fuel to the soul fire are ace Stax guitarist Bobby Manuel (who replaced Steve Cropper in Booker T and the MGs), and master Stax arranger and keyboardist Lester Snell (member of The Isaac Hayes Movement).
SOUL CHANGES marks not only a high water mark in Keller's recording career, but also marks major life changes. The song “17 Years” perhaps best describes these changes, outlining the end of Keller's marriage in terms that many adults will understand all too well. Co-written with master songwriter Darryl Carter (“Woman's Gotta Have It”, “Blind Crippled and Crazy”, “More Than I Can Stand”), the song earned the praise of the great Bobby “Blue” Bland, who spent time in the studio with Keller.





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