Metro Times: Nadir’s ‘The Book of Jonah’ is Fantastic

 

 

The Book of Jonah got another nice review, this time by Brett Callwood in last week’s Metro Times (Detroit). Brett says:

Nadir’s The Book of Jonah (Distorted Soul) is a fantastic piece of work from the man who seems to flit between hard rock, funk and soul in a Lenny Kravitz sort of way. Kravitz is the obvious comparison because of those cross influences, though old Len hasn’t written a song as good as “Belly of the Whale” or “95 Miles Down the Road” (the latter featuring the awesome Mayaeni) in years. Nadir also send his most recent 45’s – the aforementioned “95 Miles Down the Road” and “Go it Alone / Love Thang”. All is fantastic.

Thanks for the good word, Brett!

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