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Tracy Niles - One Step Ahead (2014) Lossless

19-10-2015, 19:25
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Tracy Niles - One Step Ahead (2014) Lossless

Artist: Tracy Niles
Title Of Album: One Step Ahead
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Tracy Niles
Genre: Blues, Blues Rock
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 45:18 Min
Total Size: 328 Mb


01. Black Heart Blues
02. Give It Up
03. Leave Me Be
04. Be Mine
05. Face The World
06. Waterside
07. I've Got A Right
08. One Step Ahead
09. Paris Eyes
10. Change Your World
11. All That Matters Is Love

Tracy Niles is a brilliant song-writer, soulful blues-rock singer and an engaging performer who sings her original songs from her heart, ranging from “guttural growls to falsetto highs”. She catches every audience’s attention immediately! Judges agreed at the 13th Annual L.A. Music Awards where she won “Female Vocalist of the Year” and performed her song “You’re My Way Home” with her Taylor guitar and a 20-piece orchestra.
Her father is the late legendary jazz radio announcer Chuck Niles, who was deemed the Voice of Jazz in Los Angeles on KKGO, and KJazz 88.1 and is the only DJ with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. So, Niles was exposed to all the jazz greats very early on. As a child, Niles' was particularly influenced by jazz singer Ernie Andrews. Moved by his poignant delivery, she understood music to its core and knew that's what she wanted to do. But, although Niles respected and understood jazz, she was conflicted about expressing her true love for the edgier southern rock and electric blues. Niles also battled with deep insecurities and a debilitating fear of performing and sadly did not pursue a career in music.
After several years, Niles could no longer ignore her passion and started performing at open mics at Coffee House Java Joe's in Oceanside, San Diego, with knocking knees, but never a shaky voice. She pushed hard through those fears and finally burst on the San Diego music scene in 2000. Her first acoustic CD of all originals “Breaking The Silence”, was nominated for a 2002 San Diego Music Award in the category of “Best Local Recording” and received airplay regularly on San Diego’s KPRI Sunday morning Acoustic Show. She moved to LA in 2003, where she was spotted at the famous Rainbow Room in Hollywood which landed her the LA Music Awards Nomination and, ultimately, the WIN for Female Vocalist of the Year. Shortly after this amazing run, her father passed away in March 2004, which devastated Niles. Ernie Andrews told her at the funeral, "Don't fall out. Fall in". But, she unraveled and took a long sabbatical from music. It wasn't until 2010 when Tracy felt called by her passion once again and slowly began writing and performing. And finally, she made the decision to write this new album.

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