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Kip Traylor - A Lot Of Life To Live (2012)

17-11-2013, 21:21
Music | Blues | Pop

Kip Traylor - A Lot Of Life To Live (2012)

Artist: Kip Traylor
Title Of Album: A Lot Of Life To Live
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Great Moments in Music
Genre: Vocal Blues, Pop Blues, Pop
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 35:33
Total Size: 82 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Lonely Avenue (3:12)
02. Make Your Move (2:57)
03. Waiting For You (3:34)
04. Learning You (2:51)
05. Beautiful Afternoon (3:21)
06. Love Song (2:57)
07. What Makes You You (2:59)
08. Back In Bed (3:21)
09. Losing Control (3:21)
10. The Last Time (3:10)
11. A Lot Of Life To Live (3:46)

From Montgomery’s Best Kept Secret to multiple Grammy nominations, Kip Traylor’s catchy songwriting, powerful vocal tone and honest lyrics are capturing listeners from coast to coast. Igniting with her humble beginnings at local venues and open mic nights, this up and coming singer songwriter has taken the blues world by storm with her 2012 LP, A Lot of Life to Live. Now back on the road and preparing to hit the studio again, Traylor is poised to turn herself into the genre’s hottest rising star.

Originally founded as a duo act, Traylor immediately drew the eyes and ears of her local scene, landing in the Montgomery Advertiser as the city’s Best Local Club Act in 2005. Following more local gigging and an EP release, she hit the road for a series of regional tours throughout the Southeast, then unveiling her debut acoustic record, The Live Sessions in 2008 and Beautiful Accident in 2010.

After teaming up with producer and co-owner of Great Moments In Music (GMIM Records) Tom Doane, Traylor hit the studio to record her latest full-band project, A Lot of Life to Live in 2012 .Joined by an all-star cast of keyboardist Coleman Woodson III, bassist Freddie Smith, drummer Josh Oswald and saxophonist Walt Hines, the album took shape while elevating her writing and arranging skills to new heights. Driven by early success of the title track, A Lot of Life to Live landed four 2012 Grammy nominations including Best Album, Best Blues Album, Best Vocal and Best Song.

Influenced by a wide variety of masterful songwriters such as John Mayer, Etta James, Ray Charles, Norah Jones, Adele, Ben Harper and others, Traylor crafts a sultry brand of bluesy rock with jazzy punctuation. The passion bleeds through in each and every track of the album, powered with personal, yet relatable lyrics which she masterfully expresses to her listeners.

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