American blues guitarist and singer Robert Cray performs during a concert at B.B. King in New York March 29, 2014. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
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Veteran blues guitarist and singer Robert Cray has set off on a new U.S and European tour with an album harking back to the early days of soul music, the kind that filled his ears as a youngster.The song, Cray notes in publicity material, was deliberately produced as a "70s Philly kind of thing" -- basically richly produced soul of the kind that came from Philadelphia.Cray says producing such an album was not deliberate, it just happened.Cray, a five-time Grammy-winner and Blues Hall of Fame inductee, is even better known for his playing than his singing, having worked with the likes of Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughn and John Lee Hooker.
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