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C&L's Late Nite Music Club With Charles Bradley

What happens when a metal ballad gets some heart wrenching soul.

Black Sabbath are synonymous with a few things that define the 1970's musically. Full on 70's styled soul music probably isn't one of them though.

Until now, that is.

Charles Bradley brings it all on home here with his version of "Changes", a song from the band's 1972 album Vol.4, that retains the original version's forlorn vibe but also casting some light through the dark clouds abounds. When asked about the song and how he delivers it Charles said "I think about the lyrics very closely when I sing Changes and get emotional. It makes me think of my mother and the changes in my life since she passed away."

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