The album is attributed to Willie Mitchell, but Don voice attracts attention! Mitchell had his vocal record and his solo album – “Precious Soul” in 1969, but as his solo career expanded, Don married his colleague, recording artist Anne Peebles, for whom he wrote his national anthem “I Can’t Stand The Rain”. In 2012 Ann retired and Don began playing more and more evangelical music. In 2017, he produced a new secular album supported by Mrs B. 2017, “Don’t Give Up On Love,” what he called “yesterday’s music is brand new today, but with an old soul. It was an extremely accurate description, and there’s something else about our husband’s new album “You Make Me Feel” which, after a long wait, is finally released on Fat Possum. Don Bryant will not complain about being called a veteran of the soul, he is proud to say that it has been 80 years! But true soul mates will find out about it, as well as about Don’s amazing career. Soul and Jazz and Funk is an independent news and review website on soul compiled by Charles Waring and Bill Buckley, two of the most experienced and respected soul writers in the UK. He continued to write songs and regularly work on the gospel, but he was more than willing to put family commitments above his career. Here “il” offers a slower, darker version, and like the sensational southern ballad “A Woman’s Touch” is the highlight of the album. But immerse yourself in something, and Southern Spirit fans will not be disappointed. Each track defines the genre, and Don’s voice proves that there’s no substitute for worrying. As a modern man, perhaps for his time, Don decided to take the backseat when Don Bryant’s career flourished. Contact us, we offer very competitive prices to place your ad on our website. When you sign up for an account, you can comment on all your favorite SJF content.
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