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Lillian Boutte (meets Christian Willisohn) - Lipstick Traces: A New Orleans R&B Session

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 1991
Time: 53:00
Size: 122,1 MB
Label: Blues Beacon / Enja
Styles: Blues/Piano Blues
Art: Front

Tracks Listing:
 1. Lipstick Traces - 3:07
 2. Why Don't You Do Right? - 4:24
 3. One For The Highway - 3:24
 4. Music Is My Life - 4:56
 5. Rough And Ready - 4:15
 6. Cherry Red - 2:26
 7. Tribute To Jay McShann - 2:38
 8. Something's Got A Hold On Me - 3:14
 9. The Sounds Of James Booker - 3:38
10. Dr. Feelgood - 5:39
11. Keep Your Hands Off Him - 3:46
12. Boogie Woogie Stomp - 4:09
13. Cry To Me - 3:00
14. Downhearted Blues - 4:17

Lillian Boutte's debut album, Lipstick Traces, is an appealing blend of classy New Orleans R&B, Southern soul, classic female blues and jazzy pop, all performed with a signature sense of swing. Boutte doesn't belt these songs out -- she caresses them and delivers them with style. Her phrasing is closer to jazz than blues, but her music is inarguably blues, which means that her singing, her music and her album have a classy, sophisticated flavor that is quite alluring.

Lipstick Traces: A New Orleans R&B Session

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