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Free Download: Charles Bradley's Soulful 'Heartaches and Pain'

Get a track from the soul singer's recent album

November 29, 2011 4:05 PM ET
Charles Bradley, 'Heartaches and Pain'
Charles Bradley, 'Heartaches and Pain'
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Click to listen to Charles Bradley's 'Heartaches and Pain'

62-year-old soul singer Charles Bradley is hitting the road on December 3rd from New York City in support of his recent album No Time For Dreaming. His heartbreaking single, "Heartaches and Pain," is available on the re-released version of the album, and Bradley explained to Rolling Stone earlier this fall that the song and its accompanying video were created to help him cope with the loss of his brother. "Tom [Brenneck] and I wrote the song as a way to help me heal from my brother's passing," says Bradley. "It was a heartbreaking loss for me. The loneliness and pain I felt during that time is felt in the video [directed by Poull Brien], as is the love I have for my big brother."

For all of Charles Bradley's North American and Australian tour dates, visit http://thecharlesbradley.com/tour. The re-released version of No Time For Dreaming is available now, and you can download "Heartaches and Pain" for free here.

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