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Live at Arlene's Grocery

by Martin Luther (Soul)

Live at Arlene's Grocery by Martin Luther (Soul)

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Live at Arlene's Grocery

by Martin Luther (Soul)

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Label: Rebel Soul Records
Martin Luther is one of those neo-soul singers who took a detour through Electric Ladyland on his way to Muscle Shoals. The singer has a whipping snarl that lashes into the spare, guitar-driven backdrops, and tracks "Rise" and "Spare the Day" are more brooding than seductive. Though the mix is a little off - too much audience noise and not enough low end - the live performance is straight fire: raw, impassioned and just loose enough to be funky.

About This Album

Martin Luther is one of those neo-soul singers who took a detour through Electric Ladyland on his way to Muscle Shoals. The singer has a whipping snarl that lashes into the spare, guitar-driven backdrops, and tracks "Rise" and "Spare the Day" are more brooding than seductive. Though the mix is a little off - too much audience noise and not enough low end - the live performance is straight fire: raw, impassioned and just loose enough to be funky.

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About This Album

Martin Luther is one of those neo-soul singers who took a detour through Electric Ladyland on his way to Muscle Shoals. The singer has a whipping snarl that lashes into the spare, guitar-driven backdrops, and tracks "Rise" and "Spare the Day" are more brooding than seductive. Though the mix is a little off - too much audience noise and not enough low end - the live performance is straight fire: raw, impassioned and just loose enough to be funky.