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Customer Reviews

Edgy and cool...

This is Robert Cray at his cool, soul singing best. Considering Cray's tonal purist tendencies as a guitarist, there are some rather adventurous guitar tones on "In My Soul"...mainly found in some distant miking being favored over the crispness of close-up miking...and I think that a hollow body makes an appearance as well? He also does a vocal duet with his new drummer on the Otis Redding classic "Nobody's Fault But Mine".

The tunes are great...the mix is very warm, lively and thankfully un-glossy. Cray is typically very engaged with the material and in top form both vocally and instrumentally. I loved his last record and this one shares a similar energy and vibe. "In My Soul" is a worthy addition to an already admirable catalog of work by a great American artist.

A-Game All The Way

This album is Robert Cray and his band at their best. If you like blues and soul music, great song writing and guitar playing, you will not go wrong with this album. This album demonstrates why Robert Cray is truly an entertainer and a living legend. Enjoy!


Born: August 1, 1953 in Columbus, GA

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Tin-eared critics have frequently damned him as a yuppie blues wannabe whose slickly soulful offerings bear scant resemblance to the real down-home item. In reality, Robert Cray is one of a precious few young blues-based artists with the talent and vision to successfully usher the idiom into the 21st century without resorting either to slavish imitation or simply playing rock while passing it off as blues. Just as importantly, his immensely popular records helped immeasurably in jump-starting the...
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