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Changes

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God Bless America
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Good to Be Back Home
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Nobody but You
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Ain't Gonna Give It Up
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Changes
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Ain't It a Sin
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Things We Do for Love
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Crazy for Your Love
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You Think I Don't Know (But I Know)
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Change for the World
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Slow Love
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 40:20

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21st Century Soul Man

Average-Nights-Jack

Another album I have been avoiding (not deliberate, just too many others caught my interest), but now that I've downloaded and listened to it a few times I can see how and why everyone seems to rate this man. Well done (again) to DapTone for continuing to record and release great Soul or traditional R&B records. Keeping the faith going. Charles Bradley, great voice, great songs, well worth the download.

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Charles Bradley - "Changes"

RevBob

A must have. Saw him perform live today at a local radio station today... soulful and heart felt. Today's live stream here: http://radiomilwaukee.org/discover-music/charles-bradley-88nine-friday/

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Charles Bradley: Changes

keef55

This album is simply stunning (and I never would have found it without emusic recommending it). Worth it just for the cover of 'Changes' alone, but there is no filler on here.

eMusic Features

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Interview: Charles Bradley

By Andrew Perry, Contributor

[Charles Bradley turned heads and broke hearts with his 2011 triumph No Time for Dreaming. On the advent of his second masterpiece, the scorching, searing, Victim of Love, we invited Bradley and his bandleader and co-writer, Tom Brenneck, to take over eMusic's editorial section. Below, they discuss the whirlwind that was the last two years of their lives. You can also read our interview with legendary songwriter Leon Russell, commissioned at Bradley and Brenneck's request.… more »

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SXSW 2011: Days 3 and 4 Report

By J. Edward Keyes, Editor-in-Chief

One of both the strange upsides and unfortunate downsides of South by Southwest is that it seems to take place in a vacuum - for a week straight, the world is reduced to the intersection of 6th Street and Red River in Austin, and it's easy to pretend there is little happening outside it. Occasionally, though, reality intervenes: This year's festival happened in the shadow of global catastrophe - the tsunami and subsequent nuclear instability… more »

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Remembering: Von Freeman’s Swing, Bebop, Avant-Garde Thing

By Kevin Whitehead, Contributor

[Editor's Note: On August 11, jazz saxophonist Von Freeman passed away at 88 years of age. In 2010, Kevin Whitehead wrote a piece about Freeman, which we're featuring here to celebrate his tremendous legacy.] In Chicago, they all but carry him around in a sedan chair: Von Freeman, the tenor saxophonist who's educated umpteen young musicians on the bandstand. In 2002, the city named a stretch of E. 75th Street after him, down by the New… more »