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Stephanie Urbina Jones - Live From The River (2015)

30-11-2015, 18:10
Music | Folk | Country | Rock

Title: Live From The River
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Casa Del Rio Records
Genre: Country/Rock/Folk/Americana
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 37:39
Total Size: 103 MB

1. Ay Ay Ay (Live) (4:03)
2. I Am Home (Live) (3:46)
3. He Reminds Me Of Texas (Live) (4:04)
4. Ring Of Fire (Live) (2:16)
5. River Of Love (Live) (3:58)
6. Earthquake (Live) (4:12)
7. Velvet Rope (Live) (5:06)
8. Left Of Center (Live) (2:52)
9. Tour Of My Heart (Live) (3:48)
10. God Loves It When We Dance (Live) (3:30)

If you find yourself yearning for an album that is positive, dynamic, hopeful and celebratory, then Stephanie Urbina Jones’ latest record ‘Fiery Angel’ fits the bill pretty well. The Texas native began her career on the other side of the music business, working for an artist management company in Austin before migrating to Nashville to become a songwriter. She signed a publishing deal with Sony/ATV and has since received cuts such as Lorrie Morgan’s ‘Shakin’ Things Up’ and Craig Wayne Boyd’s ‘My Baby’s Got A Smile On Her Face’, her own version of the former netting her a #1 on the Texas Music Chart (the first independent female artist to do so). But it was hardship that inspired her to write and record for herself, and ‘Fiery Angel’ emerged out of the ashes of a divorce, motherhood, remarriage, the closing of Equity Records (her label at the time), and a deeper delve into her own cultural heritage.

Born in San Antonio, Stephanie is descended from both Americans and Mexicans, and she was exposed to the traditional country music that was played around the house growing up as much as she was the mariachi band music from the Mexican immigrants her grandmother would help to house and integrate. During her period of soul-searching, Stephanie journeyed to Mexico to discover more of those Latin influences and cultures, and she fell in love with their positive thinking and party attitude. This is on display on the opening and closing tracks of the new record, beginning with the vacation-themed ‘Vamonos’ (which deftly strikes a perfect middle ground between country and Latin), and ending with the peppery hot ‘Revolucion’.

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