Barb Maxey | Zamar

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Zamar

by Barb Maxey

From jump blues, to funky rhythms, to soulful vocals, guitar solos, and a guitar solo/duo with guest artist, Phil Keaggy; all in celebration of the sounds of life.
Genre: Blues: Jazzy Blues
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1. Greatest Gift
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2. It's Your Love
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3. New Day
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4:43 $0.99
4. Overwhelmed
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5. Day By Day
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6. Gotta Get Up
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7. Since I First Met You
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8. In Your Presence
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9. I've Got a Song
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10. Face to Face
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11. How Great You Are
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Several different feels on this cd; blues, jazz, retro rock, gospel and even an acoustic bonus track all with Barb's vocals, rhythm and lead solo guitar, along with seasoned musicians Phil Madeira on the B3, Lynn Nichols on electric rhythm guitar, Bryon House on bass, and others.

Phil Keaggy, guest artist, plays lead guitar and trades guitar solos with Barb on Day by Day. Other interesting instruments; melodica, sax, harmonica, and Fender Rhodes are heard throughout different tracks. Produced by Lynn Nichols in Nashville, this project took over a year to complete.


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