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Clara McDaniel - Unwanted Child

Bitrate: 320K/s
Year: 1997
Time: 39:39
Size: 91,5 MB
Label: Hightone
Styles: Blues
Art: Full

Tracks Listing:
 1. Thread Your Needle - 3:05
 2. Wee Wee Hours - 3:51
 3. Yes, He's Gone - 3:01
 4. Unwanted Child - 4:07
 5. Hurtin' Inside - 4:14
 6. What Can I Do to Change Your Mind? - 3:09
 7. Done Somebody Wrong - 2:25
 8. Everytime I Think of You - 3:40
 9. Subject: Men and Boys - 5:05
10. I'm Just a Prisoner (Of Your Good Lovin') - 3:52
11. I'm Leaving You - 3:06

In one sense, Clara McDaniel has lived a charmed life. She grew up literally in the company of some of the blues' most-famous names, and with the release of her first album, Unwanted Child (HMG/Hightone), in the fall of 1997 and a couple of recent successful European tours, her own singing career is heading in some positive directions. Born in Pontiac, Michigan, November 26, 1953, into a large musical family, McDaniel grew up playing the piano and singing in church, while being exposed to the blues from her father and his brothers. She moved to St. Louis as a teenager and immediately began hanging out and singing in the popular clubs, including Ned Love's, where she met Albert King. They developed a close relationship. She toured with him and at one time managed Albert's fleet of taxi cabs. But it hasn't been easy for this mother and foster parent. Unwanted Child is dedicated to Abram "Falstaff" Foster, her husband and keyboard player, who died last year, and her father's recent illnesses take her back and forth to Chicago from St. Louis, while she balances two jobs and raises her family.This big, beautiful woman has bounced on Muddy Waters' knee and styled Bobby Bland's coif. We sat down for some "girl talk," and McDaniel shared her life as a wife, mother, daughter and sure 'nuf blues belting singer.

Unwanted Child

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