Words in the Earth Reviews “Love and Let Die”

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Special thanks to Will with Words in the Earth for his thoughtful review of “Love and Let Die.” From his review:

The beat is so addictive it’s almost impossible not to move your body to this tune. The Superstition style funky harpsichord sounds both referential and totally fresh, and the guitar licks dart and dive throughout the verses throwing fragments of grit in your face as they go past. Rodney James’s vocals are deep and soulful, but there’s a real note of joy to his delivery too; he’s clearly having a lot of fun with this tune and the vocal performance comes across as poised, confident and utterly carefree.

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