Kelvingrove Museum and Solomon Burke

Paid a visit to the Kelvingrove Museum in Glasgow today and as I walked in the entrance I was met with a display of heads hanging from the ceiling which are lit up with different colours. The expressions on the faces vary but I love the one I have posted below.

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Dontcha feel like crying…………..

I looked at it and immediately though of a song recorded by the late great Solomon Burke, the man acknowledged by Otis Redding as the greatest soul singer of them all.

So here is a performance of the song from a Jools Holland programme when Burke was not in the best of health……….but still, what a voice.

 

(c) Kindadukish 2016

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