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Album Review

Body and Soul is Jon Gibson's most eclectic album, and quite probably his best. From the Beatlesque "Heart of Gold" to the world music of "Long Ago," Gibson diverged from his usual R&B and adult contemporary, which generally aped the trends of contemporary Christian radio. Gibson has always sounded remarkably like his friend and musical hero Stevie Wonder, so it's a bit bizarre when Wonder shows up playing harmonica on a cover of one of his own songs, "Have a Talk With God." Wonder could have released the Jon Gibson version on one of his own albums, and no one would have guessed it wasn't the superstar singing. Gibson received some well-deserved airplay for the acoustic pop number "Father Father." There are quite a few cliches and a fair helping of schmaltz here, but on the whole this album is full of heart and verve.


Genre: Inspirational

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Blue-eyed soulster Jon Gibson's instincts and songwriting made his too-close-for-comfort Stevie Wonder-like vocals worth tolerating. His later albums are the better, as Gibson evolved into a vocal style more his...
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