lunes, 31 de enero de 2011

Bonnie Lee - Sweetheart of the Blues

Sweetheart of the Blues

Bonnie Lee cut her first full-length album, Sweetheart of the Blues, in 1995, nearly 30 years after she established herself as a staple of the Chicago scene. During those years, she sang constantly, and it's clear from the first note that this album is the work of a seasoned pro. Lee pretty much sticks to standards like "Baby, What You Want Me to Do," "Walking Blues" and "That's All Right," but that's all right, because it gives her the opportunity to wail. And wail she does, proving she's a fine soul-blues vocalist, capable of great things. She doesn't reach greatness here, but Sweetheart of the Blues is a classy set of Chicago blues. It's just too bad that it took her so long to cut the record.~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Bonnie Lee - Vocals
Steve Freund - Vocals,Guitar
Billy Branch - Harmonica
Hank Ford - Tenor Saxophone
Willie Kent, Johnny B. Moore - Guitar

1-Baby, What You Want Me to Do
2-Walking Blues
3-I Love You Baby
4-That's All Right
5-I Need Your Love So Bad
6-Since I Fell for You
7-If You Be My Baby
8-Breakin' Up Somebody's Home
9-Ocean of Tears
10-Got the Blues 'Bout My Baby
11-Next Time You See Me
12-Change Your Mind
13-Give All Your Lovin'

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