RadioIndy is pleased to present Robert Soup Campbell with a GrIndie Award for their CD "Soup:Jazzing The Blues"
"Soup:Jazzing The Blues" by Robert Soup Campbell is a collection of classic blues songs and jazz numbers that features Soup's energized and emotional vocals sitting above an excellent rhythmic groove. The sound quality of the album is very raw and "analog," giving it a cool retro flavor. "Soup" has a great grittyness to his voice and his blues vibe is distinct. The band is tight and accomplishes the feat of "Bringing it all together." Highlights are the cover of "Born Under a Bad Sign," which pays tribute to Soup's excellent voice. "Baby, Tell Me What You Want Me To Do" (Recorded Live) puts the true energy of the band in perspective - a classic blues dirge with a little harmonica. "The First Time I Saw Your Face" is a touching Jazz number that features strings and a strong vocal performance. If you like Ray Charles, you'll enjoy this CD
William and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team