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Artist IconAl Green
Artist Icon Everything's OK
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Genre Icon R&B


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Everything's OK is the 28th studio album by American R&B singer Al Green (credited on the cover art and track credits of this album as "The Reverend Al Green"), produced by Willie Mitchell and Green, and released in 2005 on the Blue Note label. The album peaked at #19 on the R&B chart and #50 on the pop chart, Green's first album to place in the pop top 50 since 1975.
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Everything's OK was very positively received by critics, and has a favorable Metacritic rating of 76/100 based on 11 reviews.[5] Critics noted that in comparison with the previous I Can't Stop, Everything's OK contained fewer conscious nods towards Green's 1970s Hi Records heyday and had a more contemporary overall sound.[6] In a very enthusiastic review in Rolling Stone, David Wild wrote "I Can't Stop was impressive, but something was missing. Everything's OK is something else entirely. This time...the tunes (are) top-notch. Everything's OK more righteous, red-hot reason to treasure this surviving genius of soul",[7] while Allmusic's Tim Sendra said "Consider I Can't Stop the rehab assignment in Triple A, while Everything's OK is the home run Green fans have been dreaming about.[6] Writing in The Guardian, Betty Clarke stated "This is classic Green. To Mitchell's lush 1970s sound, with its bluesy horns and sexy strings, Green adds his ageless falsetto and rumbling sensuality."[8] PopMatters' David Marchese noted "The groovier songs will put a glide in your stride and a dip in your hip, but it's the ballads that'll make you hit the repeat button. This is an album of old pros doing what they do best, and the ballads give them the best setting to do it in.

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