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    Sweet Angel  (1932 - Silent)

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    Sweet Angel cumulative music rating: 10 out of 10

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    • Sweet Angel music rating: 10 out of 10(Bluz wrote on Nov 16 2009 8:33PM)

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      Sweet Angel "Another Man's Meat On My Plate" (** 1/2). Okay, so the back album cover features a big fine woman crawling on a bed in front of a plate of steaks. Um, I have no further comment on it I just thought I'd mention it. Let your mind run with that. Anyway, "Meat" is an Ecko Records-type set (it was recorded at Ecko's recording studio) featuring a notable singer christened "Sweet Angel".

      The title track is an exceptional Blues number along the lines of David Brinston's "Somebody's Cuttin' My Cake"., which in itself is a distant cousin of "St James Infirmary" as respects mood and pace. It's a "Dear John" letter to a no good man. "Stop! Wait! I got another man's meat on my plate". Sorry Charlie. You lost her.

      Another memorable track is the midtempo dancer 'Mike's Place", a tribute to an actual hole in the wall located in Memphis. Though it nearly steals the keyboard hook from Lee "Shot" Williams' hit "Meat Man". Hmmm, a "meat" connection? Again, recommend for fans of the Ecko sound. At seven songs plus three alternate versions a couple more good tracks would've gone a long way.

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