Hier ist das Video zu „My Stompin‘ Ground“, samt Songtext,  den Aaron Neville als „Liebesbrief an seine Stadt New Orleans“ beschreibt.

Apache, das neue Album von Aaron Neville, veröffentlicht bei Tell it Records und Kobalt Label Services, heimst weiterhin viel Kritikerlob ein:

“Aaron Neville has one of the most angelic voices from New Orleans or anywhere else.”
(New York Times)

“…that voice, which still floats up to one of the most sublime falsettos  in pop history, remains supple and strong.”
(Rolling Stone)

“It’s that blend of unforced sweetness, honesty and melodic sensibility that still makes his  music so believable after a career spanning more than five decades.“
(NPR Music)

“Aaron Neville picks up the pace and delves into songwriting on Apache, a lively album meshing New Orleans R&B with Brooklyn funk.“
(Associated Press)

“…the voice of Aaron Neville is the greatest export of New Orleans.”
(The Guardian US)

“Neville’s smooth-as-ever voice glides effortlessly over the super-fly arrangement.”
(The Advocate)

“Those who believe the singer’s best work is behind him will rethink that after one spin of the impressive Apache, an album—significantly the first on his own label–that ranks with the finest in Neville’s storied career.”
(American Songwriter)

“Like a gentle rain, his voice soothingly cleanses the air.”

“Aaron Neville brings the sweetness—and the funk—on Apache.”
(Press Telegram)

“His new music sets his beautifully soulful sound in grittier surroundings, backed by a rugged band that includes members of the Dap-Kings and production by Soulive guitarist Eric Krasno.” (Creative Loafing)

“As a whole, it’s a rowdier, grittier showcase of the great vocalist’s skill than anything he’s previously issued solo.”
(All Music)