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The Reflection (Deluxe Edition)

Keb' Mo'

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iTunes Editors’ Notes

While Keb’ Mo’ came to mainstream attention as a blues artist, his talents reach further than any single genre. 2011’s self-produced The Reflection features a solid set of tunes that turn away from the blues and settle into a laid-back R&B/soul gait. Mo’s vocals are always assured and it’s his easeful way with a tune that lends a generous empathy to “All the Way,” “The Reflection (I See Myself In You)” and the cover of the Eagles’ “One of These Nights.” India.Arie guests on the smooth groove of “Crush On You.” Best of all, however, is Mo’s duet with Vince Gill on the touching retro-soul track, “My Baby’s Tellin’ Lies.” His determination on “We Don’t Need It,” the great ensemble playing on “Just Lookin’” and the light funk driving “Something Within” all point up a man who can breathe new life into everything he sings. The Deluxe Edition features three cuts from the album performed with acoustic guitar and vocal for intimate results.

Customer Reviews

Disappointing

I wanted this cd badly. I bought it as soon as it was available Monday night. It put me to sleep. Each time I have tried to listen to it, I get bored and switch to the new KWS CD which is much better. The problem I have with Keb's music of late is that he appears to be attempting to be an R&B singer. The problem is that he has little range and tired phrasing which ultimately makes many of his songs sound the same.

I do miss the days when he primarily played the acoustic blues music that put him on the map. I don't begrudge him for "growing" beyond his roots, but I don't think he has the talent to pull it off. I would make the transition with him if he did.

This is coming from a fan who has purchased everyone of his CDs and has gone to many of his shows. This is not the opinion of a hater. I yearn for the days of perpetual blues machine, just like you and dangerous mood.

If you love his first 3 albums, then think twice before purchasing this. If you love the Peace album, then this may work for you. It sounds pretty much the same to me.

If you like Jazz, you'll love this.

I am a hard core Keb Mo fan. I have everything he's ever done (well, as much as I can find at least.) I was very excited for this album to come out, and I hate to say it, but I'm disappointed. The lyrics are amazing, as usual. His voice is perfect, as usual. But the music behind all of that is very...early 90s. It sounds very jazzy and not as much bluesy. I don't prefer it. It will perhaps grow on me as I listen to it, but on day one, I'm bummed.

The Reflection

Love Keb Mo and love this new album!! I've listened to it all day and it just is wonderful- almost as good as seeing him in concert!

Biography

Born: October 3, 1951 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Guitarist/vocalist Keb' Mo' draws heavily on the old-fashioned country blues style of Robert Johnson while keeping his sound contemporary with touches of soul and folksy storytelling. A skilled frontman as well as an accomplished sideman, he writes much of his own material and has applied his acoustic, electric, and slide guitar skills to jazz- and rock-oriented bands. Born Kevin Moore in Los Angeles to parents of Southern descent, he was exposed to gospel music at a young age. At 21, Moore joined...
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