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Doyle Bramhall II Strikes Magic On ‘Rich Man’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Doyle Bramhall II’s Rich Man is not the product of a mere guitar-slinger. Though the son of the deceased Texas music figure has assumed that role—with as much aplomb as panache—for Eric Clapton – this man’s first album under his own name in fifteen years is a work of as much musical as emotional complexity. […] The post Doyle Bramhall II Strikes Magic On ‘Rich Man’ (ALBUM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
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