Charles Bradley

If Sharon Jones is the new priestess of soul, Charles Bradley is the venerable prophet of the same. He came from nowhere and overnight has become one of the freshest and captivating voices of black music at the age of 63. With the help of Thomas Brenneck and under the auspices of Daptone, the Florida man has gone from roaming between New York, Alaska, Canada and Seattle doing different jobs and playing concerts in small venues to releasing "No Time For Dreaming", a debut album that introduced the world to this extraordinary cross between James Brown and Al Green. His second album, "Victim Of Love", intensifies this passion for soul and funk and points him out to be an illustrious and already legendary latecomer.

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