Do you think since Morgan Freeman said he was good friends with Kenny Chesney, that Samuel L. Jackson decided to come out with his man love for Justin Timberlake?
Oops T.I. must've said a bad word in his duet with Justin Timberlake because the CBS censors dumped him for a few moments. A quick perusal of the lyrics of "Dead and Gone" prove that T.I. is actually doing a pretty impressive job of dropping all the N- and S- words that pepper this ode to his old life and those who were casualties of it. The mix is again something of a mess, too much guitar, not enough strings and the bucket brigade.
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James Reed is a staff music critic for the Boston Globe.
Jonathan Perry is the Globe's Scene & Heard columnist, covering local music.
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