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Barbara Hendricks & Her Blues Band - Blues Everywhere I Go (2015)

3-10-2015, 19:25
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Barbara Hendricks & Her Blues Band - Blues Everywhere I Go (2015)

Artist: Barbara Hendricks & Her Blues Band
Title Of Album: Blues Everywhere I Go
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Vocal Blues (In a classical way), Blues Gospel
Label: Art Verum
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 79:04
Total Size: 185 MB
Covers: Front

01. Algots' Blues (Live) ( 4:54)
02. Blues Everywhere I Go (Live) ( 5:28)
03. It's Hard, Oh Lord (Live) ( 4:44)
04. Oh My Babe (Live) ( 4:47)
05. Dinks Blues (Live) ( 8:06)
06. Oh Papa (Live) ( 4:17)
07. Cross Road Blues (Live) ( 6:26)
08. Mo' Better Blues (Live) ( 5:52)
09. Another Man Done Gone (Live) ( 2:41)
10. Intermezzo (Live) ( 3:38)
11. Strange Fruit (Live) ( 2:20)
12. Down In Mississippi (Live) ( 6:09)
13. I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free (Live) ( 6:00)
14. Oh Freedom (Live) ( 3:22)
15. Freedom Highway (Live) (10:13)

Barbara Hendricks: vocals
Max Schultz: guitar
Mathias Alottson: piano, Hammond organ
Clas Lassbo: double bass, electric bass guitar
Chris Montgomery: drums

Live recorded in Scalateatern in Stockholm (Sweden) on 26 and 27 January 2015.

It is more than 20 years now since Barbara Hendricks added jazz to her repertoire, inspired as she was by Claude Nobs, founder of the Montreux Festival. This music is part of her roots, the roots of someone who began by singing negro spirituals in the church of her father, a pastor in Arkansas. Having explored Duke Ellington and Billie Holiday in 2008 with the disc 'Barbara Sings the Blues', she's back singing the blues and exploring its roots.
Recorded live in Stockholm in 2015, this programme, 'Blues Everywhere I Go', takes us on a journey through the cotton plantations of the Mississippi Delta: from the poignant expression of human distress with songs such as 'Dinks Blues' and the 'Cross Road Blues' by Robert Johnson, to the political aspect and its important link with the struggle for civil rights led by Martin Luther King epitomised by 'Strange Fruit', 'Down In Mississippi' and 'I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free' by Nina Simone.
Accompanied by the musicians and partners with whom she has been on tour for years, Barbara Hendricks, whose voice has matured like a fine wine, bewitches wuth a variety of tone-colours.

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tiger   User offline   6 October 2015 22:29

Thanks a lot.

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ogutierrez   User offline   20 October 2015 03:40

Thank you v. m.

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