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We’re excited to share Eliza Neals’ “Love Dr. Love” but we do have a suggestion. Either slap on your headphones or crank up those big ‘ol speakers and break off the knob. You’re not going to want to miss a note.
Henry Stuckey may well have invented the “gothic” blues sound, but Skip James took it to the next level, Ledfoot gave it the name, and now, Neals has perfected it.
From the opening notes of “Detroit Drive,” Neals and company grab us, shake us, caress us, and at record’s end, deposit us in a blissful, disheveled, spent heap.
Actually, I was supposed to go to Vienna and be an opera singer. They told me I could really do something big in opera, but, my heart is in the blues …
"An Evening with Motown Legend Barrett Strong" Iconic Songwriter Returns to New York June 22nd
The Cutting Room and recording artist Eliza Neals present a rare visit by the Motown legendary songwriter Barrett Strong, who co-wrote “Heard it Through the Grapevine,” “Papa Was a Rolling Stone, “War”, and more.