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Best of Charles Wilson

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Albenrezension

Chicagoan Charles Wilson keeps getting pegged as a blues singer, and while he does tackle the occasional straight blues piece, he is really a caught-out-of-time soul singer who sings more like Al Green than B.B. King. Unfortunately Wilson has also been saddled with middling material over the years, and he has yet to find that one song or groove that could define him and bring him some well-deserved public attention. This sampler drawn from his five albums for Ecko Records won't help much in that regard, either, since little here is particularly striking, although Wilson's singing is always impeccably fine. The powerful "Two Steps Behind" shows some of Wilson's potential, while "Over at Fannie Mae's" proves he can handle his own in a blues club, but even these cuts don't rise much above the ordinary as far as production goes. Someone needs to find this guy a batch of truly great songs and a good producer and then stand back and watch it happen.

Biografie

Geboren: 27. Januar 1957 in Chicago, IL

Genre: R&B/Soul

Jahre aktiv: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Charles Wilson was raised in Chicago, and started singing early; as a teenager he sang in Chicago area nightclubs but was too young to have a beer. Despite having R&B/blues singer Little Milton ("We're Gonna Make It") for an uncle, his "big break" didn't come until he got the opportunity to go on the road with Bobby Rush. He later opened for Z.Z. Hill, Otis Clay, Tyrone Davis, and Bobby "Blue" Bland. Wilson waxed his first single in 1964, but "Trying to Make a Wrong Thing Right," didn't do much;...
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