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Album Review

The king of symbolism and double entendre is back and in fine form. The territory is nothing that hasn't been covered before, but that's exactly what makes Sease so simultaneously raunchy and charming. The music and production are par for his course, but people don't purchase Sease records to hear production perfection. They want to hear the man tell it like it is. And while none of these songs reach the brilliance of such classics as "I Ate You for My Breakfast," "Candy Licker," and any of his signature tunes, there are moments where Sease comes close. "Bad Love Affair," the album's opener, starts things off in grand fashion, taking its musical cues from the Southern soul of the '60s and '70s. It's actually a refreshing change for Sease to sing straight up, but that lasts for approximately two songs until "Everything You Eat Ain't Good," which promptly returns to the normally scheduled Marvin Sease album. It's not his finest moment committed to disc, but fans will by no means be disappointed with Playa Haters from start to finish.


Born: 16 February 1946 in South Carolina

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Despite a lack of attention from most print sources and other common avenues of publicity in the blues world, Marvin Sease has turned his smooth, X-rated ladies' man persona into a cottage industry complete with merchandising in the Deep South. Sease straddles the line between blues and gospel-drenched soul, much like fellow Southern singers Johnnie Taylor and Tyrone Davis, but his often racy lyrics and concert performances, coupled with the advantages of major-label distribution, have ensured Sease...
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