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Calvin Owens - Houston Is the Place To Be (2007)

25-04-2015, 17:19
Music | Jazz | Blues | Soul

Calvin Owens - Houston Is the Place To Be (2007)

Artist: Calvin Owens
Title Of Album: Houston Is The Place To Be
Year Of Release: 2007
Genre: Blues Jazz, Blues Soul
Label: Sawdust Alley Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 59:35
Total Size: 141 MB
Covers: Front

01. Sawdust Alley 2006 (4:51)
02. Houston Is The Place To Be (4:13)
03. Oh I Wish (3:34)
04. Lose A Good Thing (4:31)
05. Francine (3:25)
06. Everybody's Got A Blues Song To Sing (3:19)
07. Why Do You Keep Coming Back (6:13)
08. My Money Left Me (4:11)
09. Step On It (3:57)
10. Somebody Tell Me (5:08)
11. The Highway Is My Way (4:48)
12. What Was I Thinking (4:18)
13. You Are My Baby Doll (3:45)
14. Winter Wonderland (3:14)

For this CD, Maestro Calvin Owens gathered together legends and fresh new talent. On this joint you will find Ms. Barbara Lynn, Rue Davis, Tweed Smith, Pete Mayes, Evelyn Rubio, Kenny Corday and Jesse Flores. Houston Is The Place To Be covers many nuances in the blues genre, always featuring the huge sounds of the Calvin Owens Blues Orchestra. The singers, songwriters, arrangers and production on this disc are world class.

Houston Is The Place To Be stands out amongst other titles because of the sheer virtuosity of all those involved in creating it. This recording shows the many sides of the Blues idiom and proves that The Calvin Owens Orchestra is one of the finest recording and performing ensembles that you will ever hear.

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singlemalt   User offline   26 April 2015 11:37

Great stuff, thanks kamane 4

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