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The oaken-voiced, blues-infused jazz singer’s debut shows his gift was fully formed from the start. Whether commandingly crooning a standard, delivering some blistering scatting on a hard-bop blowout, or unleashing searing, politically minded soul jazz tunes, Porter proves himself a vital vocalist.

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Great album!

Great album. Only problem is that the content downloaded for song "1960 What?" Is the same as "The Lonely One". I hope this is resolved at some point. I'd like to have the album as the artist intends it to be.

Amazing album!

I was originally disappointed because I only purchased the album because of the song “1960 What?” Which as the previous reviewer also stated, is not on the album and is a duplicate of “The Lonely One.” My frustration was quickly calmed by the strong and emotional voice of Gregory Porter. I hope that the issue regarding “1960 What?” is resolved soon...

Works Just Fine!

Just download the CD and everything works fine! Great CD; wonderful artist.

Biography

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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