10
May
10

NPR first listen: The Black Keys, “Brothers”

Listen to the whole album streaming! NPR, you’ve done it again.

Like its predecessors, Brothers is remarkably, consistently strong stuff, though this one feels a bit tamer, with more of an R&B influence. The album was recorded mostly in a studio dripping with the sounds of Aretha Franklin, Wilson Pickett and The Rolling Stones (circa Sticky Fingers), and even finds The Black Keys covering soul singer Jerry Butler.

I listened to this while sorting mail this morning, and man does it rock.

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