It’s no fluke that the concept of “time” plays a part in Sharon Jones’ final studio album.
The album's sound is akin to Van Morrison at his most impressionistic.
Before the White Stripes, before the Black Keys and even before the Dexter Romweber duo, there was Chapel Hill’s Flat…
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