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Charles Bradley - Changes download album
Funk and Soul
Performer: Charles Bradley
Title: Changes
Style: Soul
Year 2016
Country US
Genre: Funk and Soul
Rating: 4.8
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MP3 size: 1911 mb
FLAC size: 1139 mb
WMA size: 1830 mb
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Charles Bradley - Changes download album

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Changes ‎(LP, Album, Num, TP). Daptone Records.

Changes is the third album released by American funk/soul singer Charles Bradley, released on 1 April 2016 on Daptone Records. The title track on the album is a cover of the Black Sabbath song of the same name and was first released as a Record Store Day Black Friday single in 2013.

1. God Bless America Lyrics. Charles Bradley’s highly-anticipated third album, released on April 1, 2016.

It’s easy to root for Charles Bradley, the 67-year-old soul singer who has spent the last few years enjoying a breakout career on Daptone Records. Bradley’s underdog narrative has remained as genuinely endearing as it has perpetually marketable, and Changes, his third album, feels like his straightforward best to date, the result of an improved dynamic between the singer and his band. If he ever sounded awkwardly patched in on previous recordings, Bradley now seems to command ownership of his songs like never before

Charles Bradley Changes. REPORTED BY: Eddie Snide. The Screaming eagle of soul is getting ready for this next album. After a late start, Bradley is in no rush to release albums. It's almost hard to believe it's already been 3 years since his last effort, "Victim of Love. Bradley released a single, a cover by Black Sabbath, a while ago, called "Changes". It turns out this was a hint towards the new album. Submitted By rogerke. Track list: Added Mar 03, 2016

Here on Changes, Charles Bradley uses these assets to his best ability. The opening track starts with a monologue from Bradley as he ponders on how America has had a part in his life’s struggles, successes, and nearly everything in between before belting out a short yet powerful cover of God Bless America. The strained, dusty sound in his voice makes his claims of struggle quite convincing, as it definitely sounds like he’s been around the block more than a few times. The greatest strength of Changes isn’t its conceptual cohesion, but rather Charles Bradley himself. He’s proven on his two previous records that he’s got quite a set of pipes, but he’s never sounded better than on this album right here. This may have to do with the clearer production, but the point still stands that the man is a vocal titan.

Artist: Charles Bradley Album: Changes Genre: Soul, Funk, R&B Label: Daptone Released: 2016 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: God Bless America. Good To Be Back Home. Nobody But You. Ain't Gonna Give It Up. Changes. If Wilson Pickett could cover the Archies and Al Green could interpret the Bee Gees, why shouldn't Charles Bradley put his spin on Black Sabbath? Bradley's deep, soulful reading of Black Sabbath's "Changes" (from 1972's Vol. 4) became something of a viral sensation when it first surfaced on a Record Store Day single in 2013

The "Screaming Eagle of Soul," Charles Bradley, has released his third studio album, Changes, via Dunham (an imprint of Daptone Records). You can stream the release above for free, via this site. Before signing with Daptone Records, Bradley was homeless and helped make ends meet as a James Brown impersonator in New York clubs under the pseudonym "Black Velvet. Can you name another performer who made a big splash with a debut album as a 62-year-old? Now 67 years old, Bradley continues to evolve. This album's songwriting may not yield as many hit-calibre songs, but it's successful in other ways.


God Bless America 1:31
Good To Be Back Home 3:04
Nobody But You 4:00
Ain't Gonna Give Up 3:56
Changes 5:46
Ain't It A Sin 3:52
Things We Do For Love 3:31
Crazy For Your Love 4:21
You Think I Don't Know (But I Know) 3:30
Change For The World 3:36
Slow Love 3:38


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DUN-1005, DAP-041 Charles Bradley Changes ‎(CD, Album) Dunham, Daptone Records DUN-1005, DAP-041 US 2016
DAP-041 Charles Bradley Changes ‎(LP, Album, Num, TP) Daptone Records DAP-041 US 2016
DUN-1005 Charles Bradley Changes ‎(11xFile, AAC, Album) Dunham DUN-1005 2016
DUN-1005 Charles Bradley Changes ‎(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Dunham DUN-1005 US 2016
DUN-1005, DAP-041, DAP041 Charles Bradley Changes ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Gat) Dunham, Daptone Records, Daptone Records DUN-1005, DAP-041, DAP041 US 2016
VVNL28602 Charles Bradley Changes ‎(CD, Album) V2 VVNL28602 Benelux 2016
DUN-1005, DAP-041, DAP041 Charles Bradley Changes ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Dunham, Daptone Records, Daptone Records DUN-1005, DAP-041, DAP041 US 2016
DUN-1005, DAP-041, DAP041 Charles Bradley Changes ‎(LP, Album) Dunham, Daptone Records, Daptone Records DUN-1005, DAP-041, DAP041 US 2016

Do you make shipping to Brazil? And when the state of the disk? is it sealed? thank you.
Is there a double (2CD) version anyone know of featuring bonus tracks and other covers, Neil Young cover in particular?
The jackets on most daptone records are undersized take the record out and store it outside the jacket.
LP sounds absolutely fantastic! However, it did have some scuffs and a scratch which makes me wonder what is going on at some of these pressing plants.
Can conform mine has it also on both sides of the record
Simple fellow
Is everyone one of these test pressing copies instrumental? Charles Bradley or any vocalist cannot be heard on the copy I have recently purchased! Is it a mispress of the test pressing perhaps?
I have #2 of 25 and mine is instrumental. Mine says "record 2" on the label.
Being a limited edition, does anyone know how many were pressed?
Im not 100% sure but as i remember that about 5000 copies.
If anybody is willing to sell/trade one of these, let me know.
The digital download reversed the sides, the b-side was tracks one through 5 and the a-side was 6 through 11
I won a test pressing of the 2nd album, the instrumental one, and labels are reversed as well.
also the download did not include the second disc (instrumental)
Is it just me that can't get the record back in the sleeve???
I was lucky and mine fits perfectly. They must have fixed the issue at some point.
+1Really enjoying it though. Mfsl sleeve it is then ....
Not just you. Mine's a real tight fit. Barely got mine back in.
Just like me! I decided to trim the inner sleeve a bit, and now it is easier to push it back into the cover.
That's exactly what I had to do in the end!
i guess all of us. Just to make sure you will keep on playing it