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Anne Harris - Come Hither (2015)

15-11-2015, 09:26
Music | Blues | Country

Title: Come Hither
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Rugged Road Records
Genre: Contemporary Blues, Americana
Quality: Mp3/320
Total Time: 36:56 Min
Total Size: 100 Mb


1. Broken
2. Waves (With Otis Taylor)
3. Giddy Up (With Chuck Campbell)
4. Fallen (With Nikki Lynette)
5. Hold Out For Me (With Billy Branch)
6. Come Hither (With Chuck Campbell)
7. Sycamore Tree
8. Walking Across The Water (With Chuck Campbell)
9. Hymn For Her

STARDUST is an hommage to Nina Bradlin's father William Bradlin (1932-2007). It is a romantic album, pared down to the barest minimum and it features classic standards by Cole Porter and Irving Berlin, chansons and "Dance Me to the End of Love" by Leonard Cohen. Recorded using the vintage equipment at Basel's renowned Idee und Klang Studio, the sound is reduced to only Nina's voice and one brilliant instrumentalist: Philipp Gloor (CH) on guitar, and Christian Gutfleisch (D) and Tiffany Butt (CA) on piano.

“"A unique and impressive album." "A journey through a sonic landscape teeming with aural pleasure that beckons listeners to explore its secrets." "For those looking for something different, take Come Hither for a spin soon."

The contrast between Otis Taylor and Anne Harris couldn't be more striking. A burly man with a brooding presence, Taylor personifies the foreboding of his songs. While he may temper that seriousness with a “Hambone” harmonica workout, you could see how he would want to share the stage with a petite fiddler who augments her heartfelt playing with free-spirited dancing. Someone to remind you there’s joy on the other side of the darkness in Taylor’s tough tales. Over the past several years, Harris has become an integral part of Taylor’s sound both on stage and on record, adding another element to his diverse instrumentation of electric guitar, cornet, banjo, bass, and percussion and adding a visual element that takes the celebratory spirit up a couple of notches. ~Blues Music Magazine

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