Irma Thomas :: In Between Tears (Reissue)

Jerry “Swamp Dogg” Williams isn’t one to mince words -- see the AD interview with the man for further proof — so when he says that the New Orleans-born Irma Thomas is “just as good or better” as Aretha Franklin, Etta James, Alicia Keys, Adele and “a host of others,” it’s worth paying attention. Dogg’s lone full-length collaboration with Thomas, In Between Tears, bears his assertion out. The record was recorded as something of a comeback effort, following a string of . . .

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