Shannon Curfman - What You're Getting Into (2010) [flac]
Исполнитель: Shannon Curfman Альбом: What You're Getting Into Год выпуска: 2010 Стиль: Rock, Blues Rock Формат: flac (image, cue, log) Битрейт: lossless Время звучания: 41:16 Размер: 292 mb ======================================== Tracklist: 01. What You're Getting IntoCurfman, Frederiksen 3:25 02. Free Your MindCurfman, Krizan, Pasch 3:04 03. The CoreClapton, Levy 6:21 04. Heaven is In Your MindKrizan, Sutton 3:28 05. All I HaveCurfman, Young 3:54 06. Curious Curfman, Dudas, Hudson 3:36 07. Oh Well Green 5:10 08. What Would Mama SayBassett, Curfman, Young 3:26 09. Dragon Attack May 3:37 10. StrangeAnton, Curfman, Young 4:53 ======================================= Personnel: Shannon Curfman - vocals, guitar Joe Bonamassa - guitar, vocal on 3 Stevie D - guitar on 9 Jason Miller - guitar, percussion, programming Justin Kesterson, Anthony Krizan, Paul Mayasich - guitars, bass Nels Urtel, Lucy Curfman - background vocals ==================================================================[spoyler=Shannon Curfman - What You're Getting Into]
Singer/songwriter/guitar player Shannon Curfman’s 4th Album "What You’re Getting Into” was released on February 9th of this year and is currently #12 on the Billboard Blues Album Chart...
...There are three cover songs and seven original songs on "What You’re Getting Into” -all of which add up to a hell of a lot of listening enjoyment. Offering pure escapism, there are no political overtones or heavy messages in Curfman’s songs. This is music designed strictly for entertainment, whether you’re with friends, driving in the car or just hanging around the house alone... Steven Rosenblum, parcbench.com
...Other than Beth Hart, there isn't a female rock singer working today who's better or who could equal the tour-de-force performance she gives on What You're Getting Into.Curfman could emerge as a modern blues powerhouse When her songwriting starts to match the maturity of her phenomenal voice and her arrangements reflect the same fearlessness as her performances, . Still only in her mid-20s, she's well on her way... by Jonathan Keefe, slantmagazine.com
"Scorching blues guitar and gritty female vocals from a wunderkind who sounds like the younger sister of Jonny Lang. But Lang would probably feel a little heat from the competition -- Curfman was only thirteen when she recorded her debut, yet her singing and playing have the soul of someone many years her senior…. Curfman speaks eloquently through her guitar. She's got a crazy skill for melody and an ability to extract real meaning …and with the help of a top-shelf band, she turns in an introductory statement that makes you want to hear more. Her instrumental mastery is undeniable”. ~ Rolling Stone