Bloodstone

Go On and Cry

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These are Bloodstone's excellent T-Neck Records sides from 1982 to 1984. The musically fruitful association produced three quiet storm mainstays: the maudlin "Go on and Cry," the intense, drawn-out drama (more than 11 minutes) "How Does It Feel," and one of their best, the reflective "We Go a Long Way Back" -- all stone-cold gripping ballads. Bloodstone's mid- and up-tempo tunes get overlooked because their ballads are so devastating, but "My Kind of Woman," "Nite Time Fun," and "Bloodstone Party" are top-notch funkers.

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