Starting a career in music in one's late 60's is almost an impossible thing to do, except for Charles Bradley. He's another addition to the vibrant new-soul movement that features Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings. Honestly I wouldn't want this guy to be any younger, it's taken years of heartbreak and pain to make his voice into the soulful instrument it is today. He doesn't have the groove of James Brown, but rather is like Solomon Burke or Otis Redding at his more tender moments. If you like vintage soul, this newcomer is for you.
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