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Adrianna Marie and Her Groovecutters - Double Crossing Blues (2013)

5-03-2014, 05:57
Jazz | Blues | FLAC / APE

Adrianna Marie and Her Groovecutters - Double Crossing Blues (2013)

Artist: Adrianna Marie and Her Groovecutters
Title Of Album: Double Crossing Blues
Year Of Release: 2013
Genre: Blues, Swing
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)/MP3
Bitrate: Lossless/320 kbps
Total Time: 44:02
Total Size: 294/100 mb


01. I Want a Tall Skinny Papa (3:10)
02. I Ain't in the Mood (3:50)
03. Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby (4:08)
04. Cherry Wine (3:11)
05. Sugar 3:(32)
06. Hands Off (3:42)
07. Double Crossing Blues 5:22
08. That's a Pretty Good Love 3:10
09. I Won't Sell My Love 3:43
10. He May Be Your Man 3:30
11. Sad Night Owl 6:41

'What a delight it is to hear a beautiful, natural voice. Adrianna Marie sings without affectation but with all the expressiveness, sass, and class of stylists like Dinah Washington, Little Esther, and Helen Humes. From the rocking R&B of Esther’s “Cherry Wine” to a lowdown treatment of Humes’s “I Ain’t In The Mood,” she is splendid. In front of the spectacular, big band version of Louis Jordan’s swinging, minor “Is You Is Or Is You Ain’t My Baby,” or the reading of Billie Holiday’s jazzy “Sugar,” Adrianna Marie is pure sophistication. In duets with Jones–on Big Maybelle’s “That’s A Pretty Good Love” and on the lovely ballad, originally by Johnny Otis and Little Esther, that gives Double Crossing Blues its title­–she is by turns steamy and reserved. In every setting and mood, Adrianna Marie and the Groovecutters, who provide expert ensemble work and memorable solos, and step out on their own on Freddy King’s “Sad Night Owl,” are picture-perfect'.
- Tom Hyslop, Senior Writer, Blues Music Magazine

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