'Strange Angels: In Flight With Elmore James' does an incredible job of paying homage to songs that are at least 50 years old.
Since its release, 'At Folsom Prison' has been acknowledged as one of the greatest albums of all time.
If you're a lover of blues, soul, Gospel, or simply socially conscious, you're gonna want 'The Reverend Shawn Amos Breaks It Down.'
This tribute album puts iconic tunes like "Shake Your Moneymaker," "Look on Yonder Wall," and "Person to Person" alongside songs known mainly by James aficionados.
James Brown may not have been the first band leader to employ two drummers, but his decision to do so changed the game in music.