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Title - The Devil Donít Like It
Artist - Dedicated Men of Zion

For those unaware, the Eastern North Carolina Sacred Soul all stars, Dedicated Men of Zion are back with the follow up to their critically acclaimed, 2020 debut album, Canít Turn Me Around.

The Devil Donít Like (out now) picks up where we last heard DMZ, blending traditional sacred soul offerings with the fire and passion of a touring outfit.

Backed by the Sacred Soul Sound Section and produced by Bible & Tire founder, Bruce Watson, these songs are presented just as they should be, with a precision of sound and style but as raw as the original recordings demand.

These men did not come to play, they came to work for the Lord.

1. Lord Hold My Hand
2. The Devil Donít Like It
3. One River To Cross
4. Rock My Soul
5. Godís Got His Eyes On You
6. A Change Is Gonna Come
7. Iím Going Home
8. I Know Iíve Never Changed
9. Up Above My Head
10. Iím A Solider In Godís Army

Opening on the organ-imbibed, finger-snapping, Gospel vibrancy of the infectious grooves that run throughout Lord Hold My Hand and the low slung blues soul of the title track The Devil Donít Like It, they are seamlessly followed in some style with the joyously free-wheeling One River To Cross, the deeply earthy, deeply organic reach of Rock My Soul and then comes the rambunctious revival vibe of Godís Got His Eyes On You.

Next up is the funky guitar work that leads us smoothly into the í70s-imbibed A Change Is Gonna Come, which is itself backed neatly by the finger-snapping blues rhythms of Iím Going Home, my own personal favorite on this magnificently heartfelt new album, the soulful balladry of I Know Iíve Been Changed, then comes the revival-coursing Up Above My Head, the recording coming to an all-too-soon close on the stoically formidable hymn Iím A Solider In Godís Army.

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