Lonely for a Lifetime
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Re-issue of her first CD album. Rock, soul, and blues bringing back memories of 1970s riff-orientated rock. Songs that might have been penned by Lucinda Williams, or the Stones, influenced by 1960s style soul.
Lonely For A Lifetime
Songbird (Fly Me To Sleep)
Tell Me I'm Not Drinking
I Know You Know
Diding From Your Love
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She has surrounded herself with very talented musicians who make up a tight unit to back her up. I recommend this album highly if you are a blues fan and are tired of guys who can't sing that well, but are flashes on guitar (Joe Bonamassa comes to mind).
This album holds a range of country/gospel inspired blues, "Bible Baby," and rock based blues, "Bad Seed," "Fading Away', but it also contains a song I consider iconic for Ms Fuchs, a confessional blues ballad called, "Tell Me I'm Not Drinking." I love this song, one of regret and reflection upon waking in a place she does not want to be.
Simply put, sample her via Prime if you must, but if you love solid, soulfully played blue, Dana Fuchs comes very highly recommended.
Dana sings about her life and on how it interacts with the world and people around her.
I wish she would tour Texas ... including San Antonio.
Musicians ... more to TX than DFW, Houston & Austin.
SATX is the 7th largest city in the country. No more fly overs please.
A genius move from Dana. You must buy this CD for your Blues collection.
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