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4.8 out of 5 stars
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Slow Down
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on 21 September 2016
Tall, elegant, human - Keb'Mo's music has such style.
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on 8 April 2013
Have been a Keb Mo fan for a years, so always keen to pick up one of his CDs - this one is certainly up to his very high standard. Really enjoy his laid back voice and guitar - perfect tone for singing the blues.
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on 30 July 2017
Great album, assuming you're a Keb Mo fan.
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on 2 April 2017
Wonderful Keb Mo. As wonderful as always.
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on 30 November 2016
Great album from much under rated artist. I'll definitely be looking out for more of his stuff in the future.
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on 1 May 2016
Great as all his albums
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on 13 September 2016
Great Blues well recorded. Awesome.
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on 10 February 2007
This is a great Keb cd in a similar vein to his earlier albums. It has his usual Robert Johnson influenced playing and great vocals. This album has some great blues and is very laid back. 'Love In vain' is especially good and this album keeps Keb churning out his chilled blues that fans love. A great place to start if your new to Keb Mo, or even if you're new to blues.

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on 30 June 2001
Another output of quality from Keb Mo. A good example of Keb's songwriting ability is the steady laid back song 'Henry', inspired by Taj Mahal, with fine guitar playing and vocals soaked in atmosphere as the singer reflects on past times whilst still keeping an eye on the future. An offering of rhythm and blues with 'Soon As I Get Paid' whilst it's hard to put a label on the title track 'Slow Down' which is a funky rhythmic soulful number with harmonica playing and a brass section plus KM's rich vocals. 'Rainmaker' is slow soul sung with usual conviction and depth, and once again Keb's harmonica playing adds to the feeling of the song. Robert Johnson's 'Love In Vain' gets a purely acoustic guitar and vocal treatment which works well. Twelve of the thirteen songs were co-written by Keb. It's already won a Grammy award. A very good album rooted in the blues and touching on soul and beyond with ease. Recommended.
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on 9 February 2010
Overly slick? maybe, but this is Mo' at his chilled out laid back bluesiest best. Its polished, yet crafted, hard edged yet smooth. There are rawer Mo' albums and possibly more laid back ones, but this is my favourite perhaps as his most rounded.
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