By EW Staff
Updated November 23, 2010 at 05:00 AM EST

Ron Isley?s is one of the few powerful voices of ?60s soul still serving it up. The Isley Brothers? lead loverboy continues to set the mood for bedroom capers with his balmy quiet-storm cuts, fawning over his lady?s classic beauty on ”No More” and yearning for her with his delicate falsetto on ”I Need You.” On Mr. I, Isley, who recently completed a sentence for tax evasion, doesn?t come off as an old man trying to keep up with 2010?s class of oversexed R&B stars, but rather as a suave veteran gal-getter. His voice remains rich — and his libido strong. B

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