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Jenna & Her Cool Friends - I'm What You Get (2014)

5-05-2014, 17:31
Music | Blues | Rock

Jenna & Her Cool Friends - I'm What You Get (2014)

Artist: Jenna & Her Cool Friends
Title Of Album: I'm What You Get
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: I'm What You Get
Genre: Electric Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 48:42
Total Size: 114 Mb
Covers: Front

01. I'm What You Get (4:18)
02. My Baby Left Me (4:01)
03. Just When I Needed You Most (3:58)
04. Change In Me (4:10)
05. No More (5:02)
06. Street Walkin' Love (3:37)
07. Table For One (5:15)
08. Moody Woman (5:38)
09. Woogie Boogie Blues (3:21)
10. Feelin' Better (4:00)
11. Table For One (Steel Guitar Bonus Track) (5:17)

Jenna Jefferson has come into her own, being touted as one of the best singer/songwriters to spring out of the South in decades. When coupling herself to some of Knoxville, Tennessee’s prestige musicians and old friends, the collaboration led to an album that swerved from traditional blues and became a body of work that was undeniably infused with the edge of southern rock, gritty soul of Detroit, foot-stomping of the Delta and spiritual vibe of the Deep South.

Guitar legend, “ Detroit Dave” Meer and co-writer of “My Baby Left Me”, "Woogie Boogie Blues" and “Just When I Needed You Most”, has been playing since he was six years old and inspired by Peter Green and Eric Clapton. His roots driven guitar work provides both the edge and tenderness of this retrospective album.

Michael “Crawdaddy” Crawley, another Detroit native, has been described as John Popper ( Blues Traveler), Sonny Terry and Little Walter, all perfectly conjoined to a harmonica style that rocketed him to being dubbed the “ Tropical Rock Artist of the Year”, 2013. His sound is haunting and almost impossible to follow note for note simply due to his impeccable skills and taste. “Street Walkin’ Love” was penned and composed by "Crawdaddy".

Self-taught at the age of three, bassist, Glyn Loyd found his roots in gospel music, performing with renown artists such as Walter Hawkins, The Winans, Fred Hammond and Mary, Mary. Although gospel was the impetus into the world of music, his love of soul, jazz and R&B has propelled his musical career and allowed him to venture into album production.

Keith Ford, after a 15 year hiatus, returned to the stage and lends the essential rhythmic sounds of the acoustic guitar. His collaboration with Jenna resulted in “Table For One”, "I’m What You Get", "No More" and "Change In Me”. His on-stage infectious smile and intensity further promotes the lauded energy of this band.

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