Album: Cody Chesnutt, Landing on a Hundred (One Little Indian)
Sunday 28 October 2012
You don't score any points for comparing Chesnutt to Marvin Gaye and Curtis Mayfield.
It's already there on the press release and it's clearly intentional: Landing on a Hundred was recorded in Royal Studios, Memphis, using Al Green's actual microphone, and could have been made in 1971. On it, the Atlanta singer delivers soulful, socially conscious meditations. His solution to the state we're in? Depressingly, it's to "build a bridge out of His greatness".
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