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Gregory Porter’s feel for swing puts him squarely in a line of jazz polymaths engaged in dialogue with pop traditions, like R&B and gospel (think Nina Simone). His breakout album for Blue Note goes heavy on the singer’s original compositions; between the laidback meter of the first tune and the hard-grooving theme of the title cut, it’s clear that this vocalist/composer is a master of multiple moods. And his covers, like the Abbey Lincoln/Max Roach composition “Lonesome Lover," are well chosen.

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Great Job!

Finally, someone to carry the torch of black America music into the future the way it supposed to be presented. Great job brother keep up the good works.


1960 What, 1960 Who, hey the motor city is burning!! Those real G. Porter fans know what I'm talking about

A Bad, Bad Man

Gregory Porter is one of those young, up-and-coming artist that we needed at this day and age. Very talented. Very smooth. And very classy. I can hear his personality in his music. If you don't know what's good for, you need to check him out. He'll leave you feeling good about yourself.


Born: November 4, 1971 in Sacramento, CA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Jazz, soul, and gospel singer, songwriter, and actor Gregory Porter was born in Los Angeles but grew up in Bakersfield, California, where his mother was a minister. As a child, he fell under the spell of his mother's Nat King Cole records, learning to imitate Cole, but his early aspirations were in sports. He was awarded a football scholarship to attend San Diego State University, but after an injury to his shoulder derailed his sports career, he began performing in local jazz clubs, where he met...
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