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Carolyn Wonderland - Bloodless Revolution

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 2003
Time: 41:26
Size: 95,3 MB
Label: Self Released
Styles: Blues/Blues Rock
Art: Full

Tracks Listing:
 1. Smile - 3:39
 2. This Land - 3:16
 3. Annie's Scarlet Letter - 4:22
 4. He Said, She Said - 3:23
 5. Unbroken - 3:24
 6. Judgment Day Blues - 4:25
 7. Bloodless Revolution - 4:32
 8. Heart - 4:09
 9. Homelessness In Austin - 3:57
10. From A Waffle Booth Six - 2:26
11. Driving Into The Sun - 3:49

2003\'s critically acclaimed independently released CD (produced by Stephen Doster) that caught Bob Dylan\'s ear and led to the recording of 2008\'s \"Miss Understood\".
Blues-rocker Carolyn Wonderland is a singer/songwriter/pianist/ trumpeter/guitarist from Texas. She began performing solo as a teen and then later with her band the Imperial Monkeys. While firmly entrenched in blues-rock, Wonderland and her group sport a diverse range of other influences, from country to zydeco to surf to Latin to boogie, and even jazz. The group has performed and toured with such similarly minded predecessors as B.B. King, Johnny Winter, Buddy Guy, the Allman Brothers, Delbert McClinton, and Buddy Miles. Before relocating from her hometown of Houston to Austin, TX, Wonderland picked up a slew of awards in the Houston press, including best female vocalist seven out of eight years running. Wonderland, whose powerful voice garners frequent comparisons to Janis Joplin, was first inspired to get on the stage after seeing local outfit Little Screamin' Kenny & the Sideliners at the Houston club Fitzgerald's. Wonderland released her debut, Play With Matches, on the independent Big Mo label in 1995. In subsequent years, she continued to release albums and tour the U.S., leading the Imperial Monkeys through several incarnations. ~ Erik Hage

Bloodless Revolution

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