Picking up where 2003’s Identity Crisis left off, this golden-voiced songstress, Shelby Lynne, continues to strip her sound on Suit Yourself, a whispery, unrefined set of back-porch rhythm & blues. Always a straight shooter, the Alabama native offers sly social commentary on the Bush-baiting ”You’re the Man,” but it’s her swaying, broken-hearted confessionals that truly linger. ”Johnny Met June,” a somber homage to the Man in Black, cuts deep even as it walks the line with a quiet grace.
Suit Yourself Picking up where 2003's Identity Crisis left off, this golden-voiced songstress, Shelby Lynne, continues to strip her sound on Suit...Suit YourselfR&B Picking up where 2003's Identity Crisis left off, this golden-voiced songstress, Shelby Lynne, continues to strip her sound on Suit...2005-05-23
Genre: R&B; Lead Performer: Shelby Lynne; Producer (group): Capitol
Posted May 23 2005 — 12:00 AM EDT
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