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Anutha Zone
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on 9 September 2017
A master, just discovered. Prompt delivery, will be purchasing many more of him.
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on 25 September 2017
top cd from a top bloke
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on 17 May 2005
This album is on Anutha planet ! Quite easily the best of Dr Johns's lengthy and varied career and make no mistake.Probably the least commercial of his most recent albums as he fuses elements of R&B,Soul,Funk,Gospel,World music and along with his own trademark gravelly sounding vocals into an album that defies categorisation.
"I like Ki Yoka" has world music influences with it's African backing vocals and percussion, "Sweet home New Orleans" is probably the most heart felt & loving tribute to Dr John's home town as you'll ever hear,"Party hellfire" is worth a careful lisen to the humourus vocals delivered in that trademrk rasping voice,"Ki Ya Gris Gris" and "John Gris" are heavily voodoo/gospel tinged and just to show that he does have a gentle side "I don't wanna know" is delivered with tenderness and warmth that goes against the grain of the album but is welcome nevertheless.
What sets this apart from a lot of Dr John's other albums is that there is a consistent African/Voodoo/Religious/World music feel about the whole thing which i can't recall being conceived by anybody prior to this album.
Highly recommended.
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on 23 June 2013
Bought this when it first came out on vinyl, just had to buy the cd, it's second only to, In The Right Place anutha Dr John classic, both cds highly recommended.
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on 6 January 2002
How cool is this man... Album after album of glorious sounds, and THAT VOICE!
Here he collaborates with many UK musicians including Paul Weller and Supergrass, but don't let this put you off.. the work is still all that you would expect of Dr John. Another masterpiece.
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on 10 December 2016
Love Dr John. Saw him at the Barbican. Can't go wrong with this CD.
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on 2 March 2015
Manages to retain its driving edge whilst following an even easier vibe than his earlier classics: In 'The Right Place', and 'Destively Bonaro'.
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