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Suitcase proves that Keb’ Mo’ looks far beyond the blues scene for inspiration. With producer John Porter judiciously applying texture and space, the singer/guitarist blends genres the way a painter mixes colors. The Latin-flavored “Eileen” sways like palm trees while wafts of pedal steel float through the warm air. Underpinned by flickering organ, “Still There for Me” is minimalistic soul warmed by tender introspection. And the playful, front-porch picking of “Life Is Beautiful” highlights the dexterous musician's deep love for country bluesman Taj Mahal.

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Another classic from Mo' !

Suitcase is one of Keb' Mo' most solid efforts to date. A great variety of songs that have a certain mood to them. This is an album that should be listened to without skipping a single track, they're all unique and exceptional. The focus is on love and relationship songs. From the introductory "Your love" to the last track "Life is Beautiful" this is a record that won't disappoint ths listener!

Keb Shows Moore Talent

I stumbled accross Keb Mo approximately three years ago.and I'm impressed by the many moods he brings to his cd's. I recommend "Suitcase" to everyones music library. Thanks Keb, for letting me load "Suitcase" on my IPod and Stereo.

Refreshing, Melencholy

I'm a 45 year-old classic rock product who had never heard of Keb' Mo' until he opened at a Robert Cray concert in my home town of Colorado Springs. I was pumped about seeing Robert Cray, and only hoped that the opening act didn't stink. As soon as Keb's band got rolling and his vocals began filling the concert hall, I looked at my wife and said "wow, what a great voice!" He was so smooth, both his singing and playing. The man is totally in control of his craft. He doesn't play to you, he takes you with him on every song's voyage. At the end of the night, I overheard many leaving the concert hall reinforcing my thought that Keb' had stolen the show (not to dis Cray, he was terrific in his own right). I desperately seek new music that keeps me at my own roots and takes me home, and Keb' Mo' is like a finding long lost brother on your doorstep. It kind of made me wonder how long he's been there and why didn't I see him sooner? After the concert we bought "Suitcase" and we spin it daily. If you love music, you'll love "Suitcase". If you're hung-up because it's not "real blues", then you're not living in the "real world".


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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