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пятница, 22 мая 2015 г.

Beth McKee - Sugarcane Revival

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2015
Time: 49:21
Size: 113,4 MB
Label: Swampgirl Music
Styles: Singer/songwriter, Swamp Roots & Americana
Art: Front

Tracks Listing:
 1. Long Road Back - 3:40
 2. Break Me Down - 3:42
 3. Promised Land - 4:26
 4. Right At The Gate - 3:33
 5. Nobody Knows Like Me - 3:43
 6. A Place For Me - 4:06
 7. Abraham And Alice - 4:00
 8. Unravelled - 3:11
 9. And Everything Changed - 4:25
10. Dress Of Fire - 3:18
11. Trouble The Waters - 3:45
12. You Better Turn Around - 3:12
13. Fire, Wind And Water - 4:14

Beth McKee- vocals, piano & accordion;
Dan Walters- bass;
Juan Perez- drums & percussion.

When it comes to women singers in the South right now, it would be hard to beat Beth McKee. She’s been running the Mississippi-New Orleans highway long enough to know all the right stops and starts, and where the musical mojo is buried. McKee also isn’t afraid to wade into the swamps to find the heart and soul of that sound. On Sugarcane Revival, she’s performed the admirable feat of squeezing out sparks all along this journey, and also roping in enough uptown grooves to make an album that can appeal to everyone — kind of like if Laura Nyro had been roommates with Carole King and Bonnie Raitt on Decatur Street in the French Quarter during the ‘70s. These are songs that matter, and show just how resilient a spirit Beth McKee has. Not only that, but she wrote every one of them, sometimes with help but often alone. There isn’t anyone else in her league at present, and she gives bright hope the South really will do it again.


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