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  • Unlike some of the other velvety Philly-sound singers such as Al Green, Pendergrass 'deep baritone had a gritty, masculine edge that he worked out on seductive slow jams like "Feel the Fire," Close the Door, "" Come Go With Me, "" Turn off the Lights "and" It's Time for Love. "

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  • I know a little about cross cultural dining and where Delta Blues collides with Sly Stone, Al Green, and Zeppelin.

    Facing Mecca

  • Jen Bendery: Looks like Al Green will get to return the favor to President Barack Obama for making his 1971 classic 'Let's Stay Together' popular again -- and sending his record sales through the roof.

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  • If I could make a recording that sounds like the backing tracks of Al Green with maybe a couple drum machines, I would be very happy.

    A Curriculum All His Own

  • Alumni included circuit legends, from Isaac Hayes to Booker T, as well as sidemen like Howard "Bulldog" Grimes, the drummer behind Al Green's hypnotic hits on Hi Records from the 1970s.

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  • "The Mosaic Project" pits such legends as Dee Dee Bridgewater with newcomers like Esperanza Spalding and places them all in the center of new arrangements of Al Green classics and Carrington originals.

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  • "It's very hard to take classical Persian poetry and make it sound like Al Green or Billie Holiday," she says in her husky voice.

    Persian Poetry Gets the Blues

  • Al Green was at the event, Obama belted out a short rendition of Green's classic hit "Let's Stay Together."

    President Obama Sings Al Green's 'Let's Stay Together' During Fundraiser At Apollo Theater In Harlem (VIDEO)

  • On "Green Al," influenced ever so slightly by the pop/soul singer Al Green and equally borrowing from the cinematic music associated with James Bond movies, Allison somehow pulls off this weird juxtaposition.

    Ralph A. Miriello: Contemporary Bassist & Composer Ben Allison Plays Carnegie Hall

  • Proving that bass music is a very broad church right now, there's room for everything from the thumping analogue electro of Boddika AKA Al Green of Instra:Mental, to lithe UK funky crew Funkystepz, and Paris' answer to Joy Orbison, French Fries.

    This week's new clubs


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