- Released: June 26, 2007
- Label: Vanguard Records
No Depression - p.95
"S.O.S. certainly works as a tribute to soul, marking Broussard as a young classicist. It's also a good sign that his 'Come In From The Cold' is the most compelling moment on the album."
- 1.You Met Your Match
- 2.If I Could Build My Whole World Around You
- 3.Harry Hippie
- 4.Let The Music Get Down In Your Soul
- 5.I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know
- 6.Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)
- 7.Love And Happiness
- 8.I've Been Loving You Too Long
- 9.Respect Yourself
- 10.Yes We Can, Can
- 11.Come In From The Cold
The son of the Boogie Kings' Ted Broussard, Marc Broussard has Louisiana music history coursing through his veins. A charmingly gruff soul singer in the vein of Otis Redding (along with some of the rasp of John Hiatt), Broussard was born to do this album. S.O.S. is something of a concept album, a survey of 1960s and '70s pop-soul, Motown, and gospel-charged R&B. Broussard tips his hat to St. Marvin (Gaye), covering "Inner City Blues" and "If I Could Build My Whole Word Around You," as well as hot New Orleans sounds (local legend Allan Toussaint's "Yes We Can, Can," a hit for the Pointer Sisters). While it won't win awards for originality, S.O.S. lives up to its title, a heartfelt revival and celebration of American music.