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Call Me Names - Joan Armatrading - Into The Blues (CD, Album)

Label: Hypertension - HYP 7255 • Format: CD Album Double GatefoldDVD DVD-Video, NTSC • Country: Germany • Genre: Blues, Pop, Folk, World, & Country •
Call Me Names - Joan Armatrading - Into The Blues (CD, Album)

Joan Armatrading is a class act who is in a league by herself. With a voice that could melt butter or freeze the soul, she can produce any number of feelings in you just by singing. And she can write and play too - so she is a triple threat. Why she is not more known on the radio is a crime. Read more/5(75).

 · Great blues album. Joan Armatrading has a powerfull voice to sing the blues. I realize blues are not her usual forte, and this may not be something a die hard blues fan may like. I have alot of blues music, but I also like Rock, R&B, Reggae, pretty much everything/5(72).

 · Recording Into the Blues, writes Joan Armatrading on the back sleeve of her first-ever blues album, "has given me so much pleasure," and that pleasure is evident in the grooves. But that doesn't make it a particularly good blues album, or even one of the more notable entries in a discography that stretches back more than 30 : Joan Armatrading.

 · Into The Blues, for instance, has been wrongly presented in most reviews as some kind of a purist blues album, which it isn’t. Armatrading on the other hand makes use of .

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  1. Voodookora says:

     · Armatrading is an important singer/songwriter with a soulful touch, but as much as she might have enjoyed cutting a blues album, Into the Blues only proves that the genre is not her forte. This CD was nominated for a Grammy award in for Best Contemporary Blues Album/10(50).

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