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Friday, February 13, 2015
Glenn Lane 1997 Me And The Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Size: 125,02 MB
Review by Cub Koda
Big-voiced Glenn Lane makes an impressive debut with this, his first disc. In addition to manning the Hammond B-3 and other keyboard work, Lane takes on full writing, arranging and producing chores as well. There's a smoky, soulful, late-night ambience to everything here, as Lane keeps it bluesy on "Can't Leave These Railroad Tracks," "Stay Gone" and the title track. With Mark May contributing blistering guitar support throughout and a solid rhythm section framing these numbers, Lane relaxes and turns in assertive performances on every single track. Highlights also include "Moody Woman," "Little Money, Big Trouble," "Full Figured Woman," "I'm on Fire" and the closer, "Lawdy, Lawdy, Lawdy."
01 - Stay Gone 04:29
02 - Can't Leave These Railroad Tracks 03:21
03 - Moody Woman 06:27
04 - Me And The Blues 03:35
05 - Telephone Call 04:04
06 - Little Money, Big Trouble 04:40
07 - I'm Losing You 05:22
08 - You Never Gave Up 03:33
09 - Gotta Get Rid Of The Blues 04:33
10 - Full Figured Woman 05:36
11 - I'm On Fire 04:56
12 - Lawdy, Lawdy, Lawdy 04:03
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