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Friday, March 9, 2012

Blue By Nature 1995 Blue To The Bone

Genre: Blues-Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:06:51
Size: 152,90 MB

United States

Album Notes

During the 90's Blue By Nature emerged from L.A.'s thriving and highly competitive blues/R&B music scene, to become one of the top bands in So. Cal. The five-member group, renowned for their high-energy live shows, utilized eclectic and diverse musical influences to create a widely appealing "cross-over" blues-based sound which thrilled fans and won them a solid and still growing core of faithful followers across the USA.

Karen Lawrence, Blue By Nature's driving force, is a dynamic singer and prolific songwriter. A charismatic performer with a spirited stage presence, Lawrence has enjoyed a challenging and diverse career. A stage performer continually since the age of 9, she fronted her first band, a blues outfit, at the age of 13. As front woman for the A&M band 1994: (produced by Jack Douglas), Lawrence's distinctive and emotive vocal stylings frequently put her on International critics' "Best Female Singer" lists. Wrote "Kerrang!"..."it was 1994:'s Karen Lawrence who gave the others the choice of being second best or giving up". Geoff Barton of Classic Rock Magazine - UK, rates Rock Candy Records' Collector's Edition Reissue of the 1994: album as, "probably the greatest female-fronted release of all time". In addition to lead vocal and writing credits on Jeff Beck's Epic/Legacey release "Beckology", Lawrence's most notable coup was composing "Prisoner", the theme song for the film "The Eyes of Laura Mars", which was immortalized by Barbra Streisand and included on her Greatest Hits II album. (Over 4 times platinum, the song has been identified in songbooks as one of the one hundred best love songs.)

Blue By Nature was formed in March 1993 when Lawrence and collaborator of 14 years, rhythm guitarist Fred Hostetler, joined up with longtime friend Rick Dufay. Dufay, the former Aerosmith axeman, delivered and explosive and provocative guitar sound to the band. Four years and three critical acclaimed CDs later, Dufay left to pursue a solo career and the torch was passed to young Brad Ayers. Ayers' crisp Buddy Guy like riffs appear on the Hard Daze release. Shortly after the CD was finished however, his promising career ended when Brad passed away of natural causes.


01 - Cadillac Blues 03:32

02 - Hard Lesson 03:39

03 - No Matter What I Do 05:21

04 - The Blues In My Way 05:22

05 - It's A Man's, Man's, Man's World 06:24

06 - So Many Roads, So Many Trains 04:12

07 - Goodbye Mr. Jones 04:36

08 - Love Hurts 05:29

09 - Love Me All Night 05:06

10 - Willie Boy's Shuffle 04:06

11 - One Of These Days 04:13

12 - Tell Me 05:01

13 - Grinnin' In Your Face 01:41

14 - Blue By Nature 08:09

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Anonymous said...

Awesome share, thank you very much !

Anonymous said...

Son...this is the BEST version of Love Hurts I've ever heard, Many Thanks, Jugears.

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