Gentry-Jones (New Album Alert!)

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Gentry-Jones (New Album Alert!)

July 28, 2019:


Buy Gentry-Jones' new DYNOMITE album at Apple.



Good Thang

What I Like About You

Let's Get It Started (feat. Nelson Curry, Big Yayo & Joe Nice)

Dynomite (feat. Mr. Sam)

So Here It Is

The Last Tear

Why Me

Listen to all the tracks from Gentry-Jones' new DYNOMITE album on YouTube.

Daddy B. Nice notes:

Gentry-Jones is Nil Jones and Tony Gentry. They first surfaced with their line-dance club favorite with Mr. Sam (Sam Fallie), "Roll It, Roll It". Right now there’s only one song from this set that I’m interested in playing, “Why Me?”, the cover of Reggie P.’s classic single. The Gentry-Jones version barely missed being the #1 Single of the Month in July…

Daddy B. Nice's Top 10 "BREAKING" Southern Soul Singles For. . .

-------JULY 2019-------

…2. "Why Me?"-----Gentry-Jones

The first things you notice about this long-overdue cover of the late Reggie P.'s classic "Why Me" are the flaws: the inferior vocals (and "inferior" to Reggie P. leaves a lot of room to be soulful), the distortion caused by the amplified bass and percussion. And yet this song--all six minutes of it--just keeps growing on you. It rocks, and has the potential to be bigger than "Roll It, Roll It," and a classic in its own right.

Listen to Gentry-Jones singing "Why Me?" on YouTube.

...Since that write-up a month ago, the song has only gone up in my estimation. I now love the Tony Gentry lead vocal, and even the realistic (street-wise) mumblings of Nil Jones. The rhythm track is simply over-powering, and I have never tired of it, as I feared I might.

Buy Gentry-Jones new DYNOMITE album at iTunes. - Chitlin' Circuit Southern Soul Music Guide

--Daddy B. Nice

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Listen to Mr. Sam and Gentry-Jones singing "Roll It Roll It" on YouTube.

Listen to Gentry-Jones singing "Rock Me, Baby" on YouTube.

Listen to Gentry-Jones singing "Why Me?" on YouTube.

Listen to Gentry-Jones singing "We Ride" on YouTube.

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