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On his fifth album, this exponent of Memphis-via-Muscle Shoals R&B matches Tony Joe White’s moody charisma with Otis Redding’s lovelorn élan. Grey does it with a sparse yet poetic songwriting touch and a feel for serpentine rhythms. As a singer, he proves himself adept at both warm-hearted testimonies (“Beautiful World,” “King Hummingbird”) and snarling put-downs (“The Hottest Spot In Hell”). Grey is especially good at seductive numbers — “Slow, Hot & Sweaty” is exactly what its title indicates. Grey’s backup group Mofro deserves considerable credit for serving up lean, lethal funk (“Hide & Seek”) to bare-bones gospel (“Gotta Know”) and hypnotic Dr. John-like voodoo rock (“Diyo Dayo”) as the track requires. Reggae legend Toots Hibbert’s guest vocals help to make “The Sweetest Thing” a standout romantic number. Georgia Warhorse covers a lot of musical terrain while remaining firmly rooted in its retro-slanted sound. Judging by these superbly soulful tracks, Grey deserves to be more than a regional cult favorite.

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Fifth Time's the Charm

Took the risk downloading the album and iTunes fixed the problem. That's a good thing since this album towers over the crap that was released today. I've only been a casual fan of JJ Grey prior to this mainly because some of his songs tend to blur together. Georgia Warhorse though is one of those rare recordings that hit the sweetspot from the first note to the last. I won't be surprised if this effort wins him some awards and at the very least Grey should get the recognition that's been absent on his resume.

JJ does it again..

simply said, this is an amazing album.. if you're into acoustic, southern rock, blues, soul, and just plain great music, BUY THIS ALBUM!! also see them live if you get a chance.. you won't be sorry.

Better Than Blackwater

I was first turned on to Mofro when Blackwater was previewed on NPR. That album blew my doors off. This work, upon first listen, had me turning up the volume with every track. Diyo Dayo is the perfect opening cut...down in the ditch nasty cracker funk with a big guitar edge...frets and all. The lyrics real, the instruments real, the angst for sure as hell real. Georgia Warhorse is one badass piece of work and will be echoing through the Cascade foothills of Washington state for a long to come.


Formed: 1996 in Jacksonville, FL

Genre: Rock

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

Although Mofro is based in the Florida city of Jacksonville, near where JJ Grey and Daryl Hance grew up, the band actually formed across the Atlantic in London. The Floridians were in Great Britain to work on a recording contract that ended up going sour. While in London, the two musicians made the acquaintance of Nathan Shepherd, a keyboard player from Down Under, and Fabrice Quentin, a bassist who hails from France. Shepherd and Quentin joined them for a short time under the Mofro moniker. Unfortunately,...
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