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Bradley’s underdog narrative has remained as genuinely endearing as it has perpetually marketable, and Changes, his third album, feels like his straightforward best to date, the result of an improved dynamic between the singer and his band. If he ever sounded awkwardly patched in on previous recordings, Bradley now seems to command ownership of his songs like never before. For a guy who has often been affectionately pigeonholed-Bradley has earned a tagline as the The Screaming Eagle of Soul -the new album instead finds him at his most versatile and complete. The record opens with a soulful gospel rendition of God Bless America in which the singer delivers an organ-laced testimony; the same keys pop up in funkier form on follow-up Good to Be Back at Home.