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Laura Cheadle - I'll Have A Blues Christmas (2015)

11-12-2015, 02:28
Music | Blues | XMAS & Holiday

Title: I'll Have A Blues Christmas
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Bloozy Toonz Records
Genre: Blues, Xmas
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 39:34
Total Size: 102 MB

1. Red Ain't Everything (The Rudolph Blues) (3:06)
2. Blue Christmas (3:28)
3. Giving You Me For Christmas (3:52)
4. At Christmastime (4:26)
5. Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer (2:35)
6. Here Comes Santa Claus (3:59)
7. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (2:40)
8. Silver Bells (4:49)
9. Christmastime Can Set Us Free (5:04)
10. The First Noel (5:32)

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The last month of 2015 is here, and we all know what that means, it’s time for some Christmas music. As some of you may already know, while the Indie Artist Spotlight column usually spotlight’s a biographical story of an independent recording artist, each December we like to give you a little bit of background on a an artist’s project that shows them getting into the spirit of the holiday season. With that said, we are proud to re-introduce you to one of our favorite singers featured in the column, Laura Cheadle!

Some of our readers may remember that we featured Laura in the column back in January of 2013. At that time we featured her biography, while shining the “spotlight” on her then current album, Change (It’s Alright). Since then this New Jersey based blues and soul singer/songwriter has been super busy! In 2014 she released, Bruised & Soothed, as well as Where The Blues Hangs Out. She was even featured on the 2015 “Artists To Watch” compilation by Big Fuss Records. As if all those great things weren’t enough to show you why we are always excited about Laura’s music, her new Christmas album is sure to make you a fan after one listen. That album, appropriately titled I’ll Have A Blues Christmas blends her naturally soulful and sultry style with some of your holiday favorites. Laura and the Cheadle family band have bluesy interpretations of classics like “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer”, “Here Comes Santa Claus”, Santa Claus Is Coming To Town,” “Silver Bells,” and of course what’s a blues Christmas album without a powerful cover of the Elvis Presley classic, “Blue Christmas?”

Laura recorded four original songs for the album as well. Each one of them are full of the love and soul that can be heard throughout her entire discography, as she and her family crafted a sound that is sure to stay with you through the entire holiday season.

One Of the most powerful tracks with a message is her original, “At Christmastime.” Laura talked about how witnessing the reaction to the recent Paris terrorist attacks inspired her to write the song when traveling through Europe recently.

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