Andy Bey's 1996 release Ballads, Blues & Bey marked the singer/pianist's return to recording after a twenty-two year absence. Fortunately, we didn't have to wait an equally long time for his follow-up Shades of Bey. The singer's voice, a bass-baritone with a penchant for falsetto, lays bare any material with stark emotionalism. He stops by the studios for an interview and live performance.
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