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Thursday, March 21, 2019

Glenco Records artist: Glen Clark - You Tell Me - New Release review

I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, You Tell Me, from Glen Clark, and it's a solid set of low key country fused R&B style tracks. Opening with title track, You Tell Me, Glen Clark leads the way on guitar and vocal, backed by John Bryant on drums and vocals, Jim Milan on bass and vocal and Sam Swank on guitar for a solid radio bound country style track. Cool opener. Kicking into real R&B flavor, Accept My Love pulls in Jim Foster on trumpet and Ron Jones on sax with a cool melody and nice electric keys by Clark. Walk On has a definite radio feel with a great melody and strong vocals, supported by Clark on keys, James Pennebaker on guitar and Pat Peterson and Benita Aterberry providing rich backing vocals. Very nice. One of my favorite tracks, When The Time Is Right, has a funky blues feel with stinging guitar riffs and a great beat. Wrapping the release is up tempo pop track, That's Where You Come In with Clark out front on vocal and organ, backed by Swank's guitar work and solid bottom by Bryant and Milan. 

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