Gary Clark Jr

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I think after one listen, my quick favorite is this groovy track! This is Jazzy, Groovy, Funky as Hell and even has a little MJ vibe imo! Great track! :grinthumb

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I keep cycling between favorites on the recent album. I love how he's expanded his sound to other genres as he was sold as an accomplished modern Blues artist and great Blues guitarist. He made a Pop album that can be taken seriously imo. He's got some 80's type slow jam similar to Prince here.

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I keep cycling between favorites on the recent album.

It speaks for the quality of an album, when that happens. I agree that he has expanded his sound somewhat, but I would not go as far as calling it a pop record. He's still rooted in blues and soul, but with a bit of pop appeal. What I like about the record, is that it feels a bit more focussed than "Blak and Blu" and the flow of the record feels more fluent. For now, my favourite track is "Church".
 

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I keep cycling between favorites on the recent album. I love how he's expanded his sound to other genres as he was sold as an accomplished modern Blues artist and great Blues guitarist. He made a Pop album that can be taken seriously imo. He's got some 80's type slow jam similar to Prince here.

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It speaks for the quality of an album, when that happens. I agree that he has expanded his sound somewhat, but I would not go as far as calling it a pop record. He's still rooted in blues and soul, but with a bit of pop appeal. What I like about the record, is that it feels a bit more focussed than "Blak and Blu" and the flow of the record feels more fluent. For now, my favourite track is "Church".

you both make great points of view about the album...I like " Church " too!
 

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