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The Robert Cray Band: Dingwalls, London

Bill Black, Sounds, 20 April 1985

ROBERT CRAY is to blues what Wynton Marsalis is to jazz. That is, a young, mercurial talent who's arrived on the scene with a fresh, invigorating approach just as his chosen genre is about to be consigned to the Library Of Congress as a 'dead' music.

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