Vinyl LP pressing. 2020 release. If you turn your ears a certain way, You Make Me Feel by soul great Don Bryant can be heard as a love letter to his wife of 50 years, Ann Peebles. That killer horn riff that kicks off the album? Think of it as a fanfare preceding the reading of a royal decree; or maybe it's a funky version of a wedding march. Written by Bryant and producer Scott Bomar, "Your Love Is to Blame" has the chorus of a good blues song: "Nothing in my life is the same/Your love is to blame." But here, "blame" gets a halo. "I tried to turn this one around," Don says with a slight grin. Then he explains, "Your love is to blame because we are together!"
Vinyl LP pressing. 2020 release. If you turn your ears a certain way, You Make Me Feel by soul great Don Bryant can be heard as a love letter to his wife of 50 years, Ann Peebles. That killer horn riff that kicks off the album? Think of it as a fanfare preceding the reading of a royal decree; or maybe it's a funky version of a wedding march. Written by Bryant and producer Scott Bomar, "Your Love Is to Blame" has the chorus of a good blues song: "Nothing in my life is the same/Your love is to blame." But here, "blame" gets a halo. "I tried to turn this one around," Don says with a slight grin. Then he explains, "Your love is to blame because we are together!"
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You Make Me Feel [LP]
Artist: Don Bryant
Format: Vinyl
New: Available 18.98
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DISC: 1

1. Your Love Is To Blame
2. 99 Pounds
3. Is It Over
4. I Die A Little Each Day
5. Don't Turn Your Back On Me
6. Your Love Is Too Late
7. I'll Go Crazy
8. Cracked Up Over You
9. A Woman's Touch
10. Walk All Over God's Heaven

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Vinyl LP pressing. 2020 release. If you turn your ears a certain way, You Make Me Feel by soul great Don Bryant can be heard as a love letter to his wife of 50 years, Ann Peebles. That killer horn riff that kicks off the album? Think of it as a fanfare preceding the reading of a royal decree; or maybe it's a funky version of a wedding march. Written by Bryant and producer Scott Bomar, "Your Love Is to Blame" has the chorus of a good blues song: "Nothing in my life is the same/Your love is to blame." But here, "blame" gets a halo. "I tried to turn this one around," Don says with a slight grin. Then he explains, "Your love is to blame because we are together!"