Teddie Morrow | What's Going On

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What's Going On

by Teddie Morrow

Slightly Motown R&B
Genre: Urban/R&B: Motown
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Teddie Morrow could sing the phone book and make it soulful


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Ralph Terrana

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MIKEW

Teddie Morrow and "What's Going On"
I thought Teddie and Tera Shirma might have lost the plot doing Marvin's "What's Going On"; it takes an awful lot of courage to cover a song that Marvin is renowned for.

Honestly, this far surpassed my expectations, it excels! Spontaneously broke into a smile listening to it.
Trying to define quite why it works so well, I first of all have to credit the rhythm section which really cooks along at a great tempo and has this wonderful melange of bass, percussion, guitar, keyboards and sax. It is the foundation on which all else sits, and it REALLY works. These things either work or are one big fail.- well, you all really pulled it off. It's a magic sound. It all sounds live, and especially the percussion.

I really like Teddie's voice - he has that edge in the voice, plus a lot of flexibility and I know he can do falsetto as well - but it's the raspiness that I really go for.

Seriously this is a fine, fine record and right to my personal taste - it's a genuine soul performance to a very high standard, and it's got that appeal top go places if it can muster exposure.