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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Memphis Grease artist: John Nemeth - Feelin' Freaky - New Release Review

I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, Feelin' Freaky, by John Nemeth and it quite cool. Opening with pop tune, Under the Gun, John Nemeth is joined by Danny Banks on drums, Matthew Wilson on bass and Johnny Rhodes on guitar. S.T.O.N.E.D. is a really cool track with a earthy, thick bass line and Nemeth on vocal and harp. Very cool. Title track, Feelin' Freaky, is a high steppin' R&B track showcasing Nemeth's vocal and harmonica work over a snappy beat. Rainy Day is a strong, soul track and a really nice vocal track. Nemeth's vocals on this track push him high in the line of modern soul singers, nicely backed by Marc Franklin on trumpet, Art Edmaiston on sax, J Kirkscey, B Luscombe, J Munson and P Tsai on strings and Charles Hodges on organ. Very nice. Funky, You Really Do Want That Woman, had a cool R&B feel and the bass lines couples with the horn punctuation really hits the groove. Gave Up On You is a cool bluesy track with super horns, with some of the best characteristics of Robert Cray and Al Green. This is one of my favorite tracks on the release with super vocals, melody and feel with a super groove and a nice guitar solo. Excellent. Wrapping the release is Long Black Cadillac, a solid soulful ballad with strong vocals. Nemeth has put together a really nice release with strong, soulful vocals.

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