Sign Up Now | Log In

Member Login


High Speed Downloads

Lisa Kindred - Blues And Beyond (2013)
[MP3 Version]

8946 downloads at 13 mb/s

Lisa Kindred - Blues And Beyond (2013)
[FLAC Version]

9672 downloads at 25 mb/s

Lisa Kindred - Blues And Beyond (2013)

13-01-2014, 20:20
Music | Blues | Soul | Rock

Lisa Kindred - Blues And Beyond (2013)

Artist: Lisa Kindred
Title Of Album: Blues And Beyond
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Floating Records
Genre: Modern Electric Blues, Blues Soul, Blues Rock
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 57:49
Total Size: 135 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Keep On Rockin' (4:20)
02. Hello Stranger (3:25)
03. Help Me With This Rock (3:34)
04. Hello My Lover (3:40)
05. Cry Me A River (6:02)
06. Just Got To Know (4:03)
07. Diving Duck (4:31)
08. Hell And High Water (2:56)
09. Black Cat Bone (5:02)
10. My Sweet Hunk O'trash (4:22)
11. Not In My Sound Mind (3:47)
12. Thoughts Of California (4:40)
13. Scarlet Roses (3:44)
14. I Wish You Well (2:55)
15. Keep On Rockin' (Reprise) (0:43)

At 71, Marin blues singer Lisa Kindred brings all her life experience, hard-earned wisdom and musical intelligence to a masterful album that really does go beyond blues.

You can tell by the tender, lived-in quality of Kindred's voice, deepened and aged to a fine patina by the years, that she's paid her dues, that she's for real.

For this carefully thought out album, she picked 14 songs that, in her words, "you wouldn't have a chance in hell of hearing anywhere else."

There's the plaintive ballad "Thoughts of California" by Billy Roberts, best known for "Hey, Joe," and the obscure "My Sweet Hunk O' Trash," a playful duet with her longtime guitarist Dennis Geyer that was recorded live at the original Sweetwater in Mill Valley and punched up by a horn section of trombonist Mike Rinta and saxophonist Scott Peterson.

Geyer wrote the rousing opener "Keep on Rockin'," an urgent call to seniors not to give up their inner child "until they roll us away." Guest musician Charlie Musselwhite's scalding harmonica on the tune is enough to make Methuselah feel like a kid again.

Kindred brings us a local treasure in "Scarlet Roses," a loping country-blues by the late Marin singer-songwriter Jim McPherson that's powered by Dick McDonough's driving drum beat and honed by Freddie Roulette's edgy lap steel.

Kindred and her co-producer, keyboardist Austin deLone, wrote "Not in My Sound Mind," a blues-rocker carpeted by deLone's Jimmy Reed-inspired organ work.

In her friend Judy Mayhen's gospel-tinged "Hell and High Water," Kindred sings of hope and resilience, and she digs down deep on the vintage torch song "Cry Me a River," first made famous by Julie London in the 1950s.

Kindred also covers songs by A.P. Carter (the hard shuffle "Hello Stranger"), Jimmy McCracklin ("Just Got to Know," featuring Musselwhite's raging harp), Sleepy John Estes ("Diving Duck"), Allen Toussaint ("Hello My Lover") and Bill Withers ("I Wish You Well").

Albums don't come along every day that showcase a seasoned hometown singer at her artistic peak. That's what makes "Blues and Beyond" an instant Marin classic. ~Paul Liberatore

Uploaded | Turbobit

Tired of advertising and pop-ups? Join Now on IsraBox
Register on IsraBox allows you to access to the full resources. You can see torrent links, leave your comments, see hidden text, minimum advertising (no pop-ups), ask for supports and much more.

  • 100
1 voted


Users of are not allowed to comment this publication.