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Francine Reed - Wild Hearted Woman (2015)

14-11-2015, 21:50
Music | Jazz | Blues | Soul | R&B

Title: Wild Hearted Woman
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Fervor Records
Genre: Blues, Soul, R&B, Jazz
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 36:44
Total Size: 102 MB

1. Wild Hearted Woman (3:25)
2. The Less I Love You (3:26)
3. It Won't Be Me (3:19)
4. It's All About You (2:55)
5. Goin' To The River (3:42)
6. You've Got To Change (4:43)
7. Sunday Morning Sunshine (3:45)
8. Singin' The Good News (3:38)
9. Girl's Gotta Do (3:49)
10. Good Lovin' Woman (3:56)

Atlanta vocalist Francine Reed is set to get wild again November 13. That’s the release date for “Wild Hearted Woman,” the first full-length studio album of new material from the blues and jazz singer since 1999’s “Shades of Blue.” Reed is backed throughout by consummate musicians like bassist Andy Gonzales, guitarist D.R. Wilke and long-time Phoenix bluesman Hans Olson on harmonica.

Vocalist Francine Reed can't remember a time when she didn't sing. In her youth, the Chicago-born, Phoenix-raised song stylist sang in church and in grammar school. She began singing professionally with her family when she was five and continued into her teens. She got married young and had four children, whom she ended up raising alone. She worked a variety of day jobs and kept her singing career an avocation until 1985, when some friends introduced her to Lyle Lovett. Lovett was interested in finding a female vocalist for his new band and found his singer in Reed. She toured with Lovett for ten years as a member of Lovett's Large Band, and did several TV performances with the Texas singer/songwriter. While her association with Lovett continues, she has embarked on the kind of solo career she always wanted when working the day jobs to support her family. To date, Reed has recorded two albums for the Atlanta-based Ichiban label in 1995 and 1996. Her amphitheater performances with Lovett must have surely had an effect on sales of both of her records. Reed also got a few other nice breaks, including the chance to do some singing for TV commercials. Tom Cruise cranks her album up in a scene from the 1993 movie The Firm. Reed's two albums for Ichiban include I Want You to Love Me (1995) and Can't Make It on My Own (1996). The former features a duet with bandleader Lovett, while the latter includes a duet with Delbert McClinton. On both albums, Reed continues the tradition already set down by great women soul-blues vocalists like Carla Thomas, Irma Thomas, and Etta James; she returned in 1999 with Shades of Blue on the Intersound label. In 2001 following the demise of Ichiban Records, which left her first two records out of print and unavailable, Reed and longtime collaborator Marvin Taylor re-recorded some of her best material live in the studio and released the results as I Got a Right!...To Some of My Best. The record business being as unpredictable as it is, Ichiban was resurrected in 2002 and released American Roots: Blues, a compilation of her first two records. ~Richard Skelly

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Cinetastic   User Online   15 November 2015 05:57

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akhlan   User offline   17 November 2015 11:42


like Cinetastic, where's the good file, I need one file "2011.part31.rar"for extract all :-(


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Cinetastic   User Online   18 November 2015 05:10

It seems to have re-appeared (without an 'Add Comments' section like this) at:

It was fairly ridiculous to have a 43.1 GB zip with 45 parts for the 2011 upload - please break it down a lot more, if you don't mind constructive criticism.

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akhlan   User offline   19 November 2015 10:31

thanks for your update Cinetastic but files are empty 8

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