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Album Review

Tyrone Davis hasn't changed his approach since he began scoring hits in the late '60s; he's content to make soulful uptempo wailers and smooth, sophisticated ballads with either string or horn backings. There's just a bare synthesized underpinning on selected arrangements; otherwise, this CD could just as well have been recorded in 1974. Of course, that ensures limited appeal; the faithful blues and R&B/soul audience should make this successful on the Southern/Midwest circuit. Davis' voice is still assured, gritty and convincing; there's no sign of strain or loss of range, color or power in his tone.

Biography

Born: 04 May 1938 in Greenville, MS

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

The king of romantic Chicago soul, Tyrone Davis' warm, aching vulnerability and stylish class made him especially popular with female soul fans during a lengthy hitmaking run that lasted throughout the '70s. Best known for the classics "Can I Change My Mind" and "Turn Back the Hands of Time," Davis was a versatile baritone singer who could handle everything from pop-soul to funk to bluesy chitlin-circuit R&B, but smooth soul was his true bread and butter. Once Davis broke through in the late...
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