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His voice? Critics have bent over backward trying to find the right comp to describe its dark, raw tone. Names like David Clayton Thomas, Van Morrison, Ray Charles, and even Tom Jones have been tossed around. Yet at the end of the day, Risager and his talented mates have managed to create a sound all their own, and it has come into full bloom on Too Many Roads. The album juxtaposes quiet moments of spine-tingling beauty with powerful rockers like shots of adrenaline. The high-octane opener “If You Wanna Leave” roars out of the starting gate like nobody’s business.
The title track is a love song surprisingly infused with sideshow imagery. “Soulfully” showcases another kind of love, this time with a gospel feel. “Home Economics” is worth the price of admission by itself, mixing slide guitar and strummed banjo for a vaudeville blues feel, but with lyrics taking a distinctly modern, sardonic view of romance. It’s hard to write songs both clever and heartfelt, but Kimbrough pulls it off, notably in the folkpop “Dance Like Grownups Dance” which also quotes both Richard Thompson and the Flamin’ Groovies.
Peterson’s story is fairly well known. Son of blues guitarist James Peterson, who provided the dayto-day instruction to learn the music right. Lucky began pounding on the family drum set at three; at four he started playing the Hammond B-3 organ; at five, he recorded a single, “1-2-3-4,” which became a national R&B hit. That lead to an album called Our Future and an appearance on Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show for this talented five- year old. He learned his chops at his father’s club in Buffalo, NY, became Little Milton and then Bobby “Blue” Bland’s band leader, and forged his own career in 1989.