Worthy finds LaVette covering songs by the Beatles (“Wait”), the Rolling Stones (“Complicated”), Bob Dylan (“Unbelievable”), and Beth Nielsen Chapman (the title cut), but if LaVette doesn’t necessarily make you forget the originals, each time she takes them to a place that’s clearly of her own making. LaVette discovers something fresh and deeply personal in every number here, and the backing band on these sessions (including Doyle Bramhall II on guitar, Chris Bruce on bass, and Patrick Warren on keyboards) works with her beautifully, with a give and take that’s a master class in how to accompany a vocalist.
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mp3 320 kbps | 169 MB | UL | UA | TB Fifty years after a 21-year-old Elvis Presley first shook the world comes a reissue of the famed Million Dollar Quartet recording, the off-the-cuff Sun Records jam session where Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Johnny Cash joined Presley for a loose-jointed romp through […]
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