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Mz. Dee - Real Woman, Real Soul (2005)

12-02-2014, 16:54
Music | Blues | Soul

Mz. Dee - Real Woman, Real Soul (2005)

Artist: Mz. Dee
Title Of Album: Real Woman, Real Soul
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: Vision Tech Productions
Genre: Blues Soul, Modern Electric Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 58:37
Total Size: 135 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Method To My Madness (4:11)
02. Summertime (5:58)
03. Comet (4:13)
04. Breezes Blow (4:48)
05. Candy (4:36)
06. Fly Me To The Moon (2:32)
07. You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You (3:22)
08. You've Got What It Takes (2:58)
09. Drowning In The Mainstream (6:34)
10. I've Got What You Need (3:53)
11. If I Only Had One Friend (4:29)
12. Shakey Ground (4:33)
13. God Bless The Child (6:25)

Oakland born, Mz Dee has lived all over the East Bay, from the hills of Berkeley to her favorite home, a houseboat floating upon the Oakland/Alameda Riviera. As a youngster, she was extremely shy and withdrawn, yet often dreamed of being on stages around the world, performing her favorite songs. Overcoming her shyness, Little Dee would entertain the neighborhood children in the family garage by putting on a one woman show. From this early beginning, Mz Dee developed a burning desire to pursue her art, and the passion to share her music. Over the past 15 years that Mz. Dee has been blessed with the opportunity to sing with some of the best musicians anywhere, performing in many of the great venues both here in the S. F. Bay Area and internationally, most recently at the Umbria Summer Jazz Festival.

Mz Dee shows both her performing and writing skills on her recently released debut CD, Real Woman, Real Soul. a journey through the worlds of Blues, Funk, R&B and Jazz. The songs spring from many diverse origins including everyone from the renowned Etta James, the poignant "If I only had one friend of Ira Walker, to originals from Mz. Dee's own book of poetry.

Over the years, Mz. Dee has played with many great musicians. Below is a list of some of the greatest with whom she has played, learned from, and who she wishes to honor. Above all others, Mz. Dee puts her mother, Rochon Hemmans, noted as one of the Bay Area's top church organists and arrangers, as her first influence and greatest inspiration in the music world. She is not only Mz. Dee's first mentor but her greatest fan, yet still a mother first of all. Mz. Dee remembers sitting on her lap while she directed and sang with the church choir, laughing as she recall: "She also threw a pretty good hymn book at us from the throne of the organ pit if we acted up in church.." Also a noted vocalist, Mz Dee relates how her mother's "....voice would, and still can, fill the church with love, and assurance that there is a God. Only God could bless such a voice to put the good news into song."

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