Jeff Rogers | Let It Show

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Let It Show

by Jeff Rogers

Honest-to-goodness R&B and Soul, put together with love and care, featuring powerful vocals, a funky rhythm section, and cool horn arrangements.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Blue-Eyed Soul
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1. Trust (feat. Jordan John)
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4:15 $1.29
2. To Reassure You
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3:52 $1.29
3. Calling Out Your Name
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4:19 $1.29
4. You're All I Know
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5:49 $1.29
5. Ruining Love
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3:09 $1.29
6. 24
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3:24 $1.29
7. Fair Is Fair (feat. Monkeyjunk)
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4:18 $1.29
8. Say One Thing
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3:37 $1.29
9. Dance With Me
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This Album is Old-School R&B, Soul, and Blues, all wrapped up with some Pop sensibility. It's accessible, honest, fun and has a few touching moments as well.

Lynn Saxberg of The Ottawa Citizen wrote:
"His voice practically bowls you over with intensity, as sweet, rich and gooey as molasses in a heatwave. Behind him, an 11-piece band made up of top-notch Ottawa musicians locks onto the groove, and takes it over the top with an extra helping of grit and polish. You can almost picture Van Morrison, James Brown and Al Green/Prince chuckling in the background."


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