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  • Posted January 25, 2011

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    Don't Miss This One

    An accident made me pick up this CD, and I am so glad for that accident.
    I had no idea that EL had been in the business for almost 20 years. And his hardships made me that much more curious as to if he still had it or not. The first song told me not to worry. He did an album that not many people paid to titled "In the Storm." Right then and there I knew that there would always be someone with "Marvin Gaye" in his heart. EL is that person. From his piano playing, overdubbing, re-recording his own voice for backgrounding, his four part harmony. All this from a man that was not afraid to be himself. From the first song, a duet with "Faith Evans", to the last song where he makes you remember "Micheal Jackson." This CD is nothing but a non-stop party and head-bobbing good time. Not everything is perfect, but boy will you love what he has done. And the one song that you have to hear is "How Can You Love Me", he is not the least bit afraid to showcase all his talents in one song. From the piano playing, to the background in four, count them 4 part harmony. You will wear out your replay button and I am and will be using this in my future music, written or sung. It should be required listening and learning by all college MUSIC MAJORS. He dose it almost perfectly, and you hear the invisible "fifth voice" that is so well known by Barber Shop Quartets. EL makes you remember Marvin Gaye with every selection. The way Marvin could make you wonder how one man have so much talent in such a small body. Anyone over 50 needs to listen to Marvin's "WHATS GOING ON", then play this and hear what is there and see if you don't go back to a time when we had so much fun. But the world was so much in trouble.
    Welcome back EL. We missed you and needed you right about now. Please stick around for a while, this time. PLEASE!!!

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