by Pico This past May, soul giant Al Green put forth his third album for the Blue Note label, Lay It Down. While the prior two albums recreated some of the magic from his glory years in the seventies, this one tinkers with the formula a bit. First, longtime producer and song collaborator Willie Mitchell was replaced by hip-hoppers JamesRead More
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