Kicking off the new year
in true style with this young man. It's been a while since we
last heard new material from singer Don-E.
The South Londoner native debut set 'Unbreakable'
released in 92 is a rare gem that's sort after by the true soul
enthusiast nowadays and then followed 'Changing
Seasons' which highlights Don-E's growth as a singer.
If you're lucky to own either of of these then it's best to hold
onto them as it exchange decent money for the record collector.
Dropped from the Island
UK roaster, the latest release from Don-E
is a promo only 5 track EP that's not yet in stores and is venturing
out on the independent front. On review here today is 'Lonely'
a delicious slice of soul heaven offered on tap. Drenched in Moog
keys, soft tones and the hint of the old organ all of which is
driven by a wicked baseline, 'Lonely'
finds Don-E shining at his very best as he delivers yet another
steller performance on the mic.
There's been much speculation
about whether his full length will be released and to be honest
it's still up in the air as they sort out distribution but one
can only hope that they do release it as it is an excellent EP
and if this is any indication to what's in store on the album
then we are in for a real treat.
The one thing about doing
this review that I hate is that I have no more info in regards
to whether he has a website site to get updates and more info
on him but nevertheless, this one gets top marks from me - A TY-D
Listen to Don-E's