Toussaint: Life, Love And Faith
Pete Wingfield, Let It Rock, October 1972
To put this album in its proper perspective Id need to rhapsodize at length over New Orleans R&B and the neglected talents of Allen Toussaint, at 32 its chief standard-bearer for over a decade, a quiet giant of rock n roll; but space permits me here only to preach to the converted.
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