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Tyrone Cotton (from the album Man Like Me available on The Record Assembly) (by Danny McCloskey)
Tyrone Cotton has honed his craft for over thirty years in his native Louisville. Soaking up the cities rich musical background, as a songwriter Tyrone found a rich source of styles for his stories. A persistent rumble provides a dark noir tone for the title track in Man Like Me, the latest release from Tyrone Cotton. Folk Blues picking opens “Across the Water”, the melody spreading out with a cool groove that brings in slow slung guitar riffs and riff bending leads, smooth horn curls and a solid bass line that leads the tune as the story line cruises in a getaway car under a red Memphis moon.
With vocals that gift the songs with a Vintage texture, Man Like Me plays a jukebox full of cuts custom made for after last call diner patrons. Lonely rhythms offer a solid beat for the Blues of “It’s Alright Not to Know” as quiet acoustics begin the path for “Dreams” as it lets the instruments rise to wrap around a twangy lullaby. A dark mood travels in like fog of the hushed thunder pulses underneath “Go Back” as Man Like Me gives a nod to “Rosie” on Americana strums and Tyrone Cotton joins a New Orleans Street Parade with the ragtime rhythm of “Standing Rag”. (by Danny McCloskey)
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