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DUSTY SPRINGFIELD

– Dusty in Memphis

2008-09-15

England meets Memphis. A valuable addition to our R&B historic selection. In the first 10 tracks it leans toward easy listening a few times. Those don’t work, avoid. “Son of a Preacher Man” is all too well known. Hits its stride between 4 and 7. The Bonus tracks are much more upbeat and tasty. This just might be all we need in order to capture the Dusty essence. – Glatt Madden

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