“Though his voice sounds confident and easy, there is something trapped in the tenor of the recordings, a carefully arranged throb that lines the ageless, spacious pop sense that would lead him to sell songs to the likes of Fats Domino and Jerry Lee Lewis.” For The Oxford American‘s music issue, Blake Butler writes about the late singer/songwriter Jimmy Donley.
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