It's been 12 years since Tommy Malone released an album of his own material. The former front man and co-founder of the legendary Subdudes has just released "Natural Born Days," a collection of deeply introspective songs that reaffirm his place as one of the best blue-eyed soul singers around. The album was recorded in his hometown of New Orleans and was produced by John Porter. Porter's work with such luminaries as Keb Mo' and Taj Mahal give the album a soulful, bluesy feel that perfectly suited for Malone's voice and allowed him to exercise his skill as a guitarist. The "EP" sessions were filmed in the Alternate Root TV studio in Boston earlier this month.

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