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The John L. Nelson Project: Don't Play With Love

Read "Don't Play With Love" reviewed by Phillip Woolever


Playing a key role in creating a musician can mean just as much as creating music. In that regard, this is indeed an ironic title since strong emotional ties formed the beginning of both the song's origins and offspring. During years around the 1950s, John L. Nelson performed traditional jazz songs he wrote under the nom' de plum Prince Rogers. Nelson later bestowed that sobriquet upon a son, who eventually went by only the surname and became one ...


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