Called "Keep Me Singing," it's his 36th studio album. It has 12 original songs plus a cover of "Share Your Love With Me," an early-60s song by Alfred Braggs and Deadric Malone that's been recorded by numerous artists over the years.
The first track to be released from "Keep Me Singing" is "Too Late," and we've added it to our New Music bin.
We're captivated by the title track, a seven-minute epic that evokes a sense of struggle with both "Love and Hate."
Various aspects of this album have drawn comparisons to Pink Floyd, Isaac Hayes, Dr. John, Bill Withers and others. We'd add Marvin Gaye to that list. The influences are broad; the result is unique.