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Alabama-born New Yorker Naomi Shelton was nearly 70 when her debut for the famed R&B revivalist label Daptone was released, and a lifetime of experience is easily audible in her gritty, impassioned vocal delivery. Shelton blends old-school gospel with the kind of '60s soul sound that artists like Sharon Jones are so good at reviving, except that Shelton had already begun singing when those sounds were having their heyday. From original tunes like the sinuous, slow-burning, minor-key title track to covers of gospel classics like the traditional "Jordan River" and Sam Cooke's "A Change Is Gonna Come," Shelton hits that rarefied zone where divine inspiration meets the street.

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Feel the Energy

Naomi Shelton and the Gospel Queens were on WNYC-FM this past Friday in advance of the album release and they played four songs live in the studio - this is the raw real energy of classic R&B and gospel. I enjoyed the call and repeat, not always predicted but just the right amount of emphasis.

Yummy. Praise God.

All I have to say is this is my favorite album from the last ten years. If I could sing with this group I'd drop my solo stuff in an instant.


Formed: 1999 in New York, NY

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Sanctified soul sister Naomi Shelton rose to prominence in her late sixties as a member of Daptone records' retro-rooted soul/funk stable, along with her backing group the Gospel Queens, but her pedigree as a performer of both sacred and secular music stretches back much farther than that. Born Naomi Davis Shelton, in Midway, Alabama, she began singing in her Baptist church at an early age. After graduating high school in 1958, she moved first to New York, then spent time in Florida, where the greats...
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