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In histories of American vernacular music, Alabama gets overshadowed by its more celebrated and productive neighbour states Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia , but its contribution has been considerable and, as the above examples suggest, often marked by irreducible eccentricity. The latest musical oddity to emerge from the state — Birmingham-born, year-old Lonnie Holley — was, until the release of his debut album, Just Before Music , known for his career in an entirely different field: art.
In , Portland Museum of Art staged a solo show of his work and he was included in the Prospect. For years, Holley sang to himself while working on his art and regularly made home recordings of his improvised compositions, accompanying himself on cheap electronic keyboards, playing only the black keys. Ledbetter was duly impressed, immediately grasping the link between Holley and the ghostly, long-dead voices his label was founded to resurrect.
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Yet, while it may not slot neatly into any known musical genre, echoes of earlier styles and artists can be detected. Long-held notes resolve to a chewy vibrato reminiscent of Al Jarreau and other jazz vocal acrobats. He occasionally adopts the type of gargled growl associated with Louis Armstrong and Tom Waits. Willis was proudly obscene; Holley approaches the divine. While Holley seems not to fit into any academy or tradition, he is a perhaps unwitting member of a micro-tradition.
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