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Darrell Nulisch: I Like It That Way

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Darrell Nulisch possesses one of the supplest, most heartbreaking male voices in contemporary blues and R&B. His last release The Whole Truth was a breakthrough album that garnered widespread critical acclaim. His new release is every bit its equal.

There's a pathos to Nulisch's vocals that only a handful of R&B singers can match. He's an excellent songwriter to boot, often collaborating with bassist Steve Gomes on sophisticated tunes that hark back to classic albums by Johnny Ace and Little ...

CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Darrell Nulisch: The Whole Truth

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Here's some authentic-sounding soul with a bluesy bent from singer-harmonica player Darrell Nulisch. Ex of Ronnie Earl's Broadcasters and Anson Funderburgh's Rockets, Nulisch a great voice, his songs and covers are full of passion, and his band is terrific.

The Whole Truth is Nulisch's second release under his own name. In addition to the leader, it features Joe Moeller (guitar), Bejie Porecki (keys), Steve Gomes (bass), and Robb Stupka (drums). This core group is augmented by the four-piece DC Horns, ...


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