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Sooliman Ernest Rogers passed away in 1994 at the age of 67, shortly after the release of this mellow lullaby of an album. Born in Sierra Leone, Rogie early on discovered the convivial, melodious pleasures of the regional "palm wine" music he perfected. Once known as "the Jimmie Rodgers of Sierra Leone," Rogie's country-tinged baritone inspired many competitors before he took off for the United States in 1973, eventually ending up in England. What "i"Dead Men lacks in diversity Rogie more than compensates for with soul. Backed by the great British double bassist Danny Thompson and guitarist Alfred "Kari" Bannerman, Rogie conflates country, blues, and gospel in laid-back, deep-grain tracks such as "Koneh Pelawoe (Please Open Your Heart)," the country ballad "A Time in My Life," "African Gospel," and the dank title track. "i"--Richard Gehr

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