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Kat Baloun & Tomi Leino Trio - She's Got It (2013)

5-12-2013, 04:59
Music | Blues

Kat Baloun & Tomi Leino Trio - She's Got It (2013)

Artist: Kat Baloun & Tomi Leino Trio
Title Of Album: She's Got It
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: iMusician Digital
Genre: Blues, Contemporary Blues
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 42:57 Min
Total Size: 106 Mb


1. Mean Old Man
2. 5-10-15 Hours
3. Keep It To Myself
4. There Is Something In Your Mind
5. Cry For Me Baby
6. It's So Fine
7. Where Were You
8. Can't Hold Out Much Longer
9. Somewhere Down The Line
10. Ain't No Hurry To Go Home
11. Too Late
12. Take Me Back

Born Katherine Elise Baloun, July 27, 1956 in El Paso, Texas, I grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio. My mother, Mary Lou (deceased Dec. 06) was a classical pianist & organist, and she directed the church choir in which my father and I sang. My mother got me started on the piano with 5 and at 7 I learned the violin and then at 13 I picked up the harmonica. At this time there was a new genre of blues music coming out, along with the old, that had influenced me. During my teens and twenties I played only occasionaly. 22 years later (1991) I met several musicians as I was living in San Francisco. They encouraged me to start playing the harmonica again. Shortly thereafter (1992), I joined the Elmer Lee Thomas Blues Band as harp player and then was later encouraged to sing. In 1994 I moved to Berlin and put my own band together. Through the years I'd met several accomplished musicians in Berlin and the surrounding areas. In 2002 I formed a band with Nina T. Davis. Together, we assembled the Alleycats (see Alleycats) and have two cd's. In 1998 I met Hattie St. John, who had also moved to Berlin from New Zealand. Together we have our duo, called, Ladies First. We have done two cd's together. Our program consists of an acoustic-folk-blues- jazz formulation. I've also been invited to play with Blues Rudy from Wittenberg, and with the Wild Women. The Wild Women is a band formulated by Micha Maass (on drums) with Nina, on piano, Amy Zapf on bass, Tina Tandler, sax, and Veronica Vogel on the guitar. Together we are one powerful band to be reckoned with. Also, I need to give thanks to my higher power and a big thank you to the help of family, friends and fans. Without them I would not have survived the lean years.Not only do I work with local Berliner musicians, but I am always encouraging my friends from the S.F./ Bay Area to come over and play.

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