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Betty Fox Band - Too Far Gone (2012)

19-11-2013, 18:09
Music | Blues | Soul | Funk

Betty Fox Band - Too Far Gone (2012)

Artist: Betty Fox Band
Title Of Album: Too Far Gone
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Betty Fox Band
Genre: Blues Soul, Funky Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 49:33
Total Size: 115 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Take Your Time (4:02)
02. Dirty Soul (4:40)
03. You're Losing Me (3:26)
04. Down (5:02)
05. Goodbye (Feat. TC Carr) (3:17)
06. No Other Man (Feat. Selwyn Birchwood) (4:38)
07. I Got A Feelin' (4:01)
08. Evidence (3:06)
09. Maybe Next Lifetime (4:30)
10. Story Not To Tell (4:54)
11. Satisfied (3:57)
12. Too Far Gone (Explicit) (3:55)

Anyone who slipped Too Far Gone into a player without having seen Betty Fox would never believe the voice flowing out of their speakers belongs to a lady as young as Betty. Her polished style and vocal maturity belie Betty’s tender age. Ms. Fox stunned the crowd at Dunedin Wines the Blues and many there rushed to snap up her CD. When “Take Your Time” opened the disc with Betty’s moaning and purring vocals they most likely got goose bumps. I do. The musical style is a preview of the entire album as the song meanders from funky to jazzy with a strong dose of R&B. “You’re Losing Me”, one of only two covers, offers more funkiness in a faster tempo while the slow, jazzy lines and Fox’s soaring delivery of “Down” are downright hypnotizing.
There must be something in the Tampa Bay area water which accounts for so many talented guitarists in the area and Josh Nelms ranks among the most phenomenal. He’s no shredder but rather allows the notes to float out of his six-string with fluidity and superb phrasing. “Dirty Soul” is a prime example. On that slow burner Betty dirties up her voice by singing through a harp microphone for an interesting effect. “Maybe Next Lifetime”, an emotion-filled ballad showcasing the writing prowess of Fox, gives Nelms another chance to shine.
Betty brings in a couple of guest artists in the form of veteran Tampa Bay harp master T.C. Carr for “Goodbye” and 2012 IBC finalist Selwyn Birchwood who adds his tasty guitar work to “No Other Man.” But Ms. Fox saved the best for last with the title track. “Too Far Gone” is a slower classic Blues piece where Betty stretches out and Nelms lights up the strings while bass man Matt Walker and drummer Aaron Fowler lay down a taut rhythm. This album deserves Best New Artist Debut recognition. It is seriously that good! ~Tom Carter, Suncoast Blues Society President

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