Miranda Louise | A Sure Cure For The Blues

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A Sure Cure For The Blues

by Miranda Louise

Carolina Beach Music in the 50\'s Jump blues Style.
Genre: Blues: Carolina Beach / Shag
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1. Queen of the 88's
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2. Drift Along
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3. Who Do You Think You're Foolin' Now
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4. I Can't Get Enough Of You
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5. Me and My Chauffeur Blues
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6. Bump On A Log
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7. Baby Wants A New Pair Of Shoes
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8. There's Something On Your Mind
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9. Love The Man
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10. Sure Cure For The Blues
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11. No Wimps Allowed
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12. Serious Blues
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13. Can't You Make It Stop Raining
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Album Notes
Say hello to one of the greatest blues artists in all of the Southeast. Say hello to Miranda Louise----a Nashville, TN native, who can belt authentic Chicago style blues with the best of them, but is versatile enough to handle barrel-house boogie as exemplified by her stellar performance on Kelly Hunt’s \"Queen Of The 88’s\". She is just as comfortable with 50’s jump R & B material when she tackles the hilariously funny \"Sure Cure For The Blues\", a track complete with an awesome Jimmy Ricks style bass vocal, compliments of Jordanaire, Ray Miller. Throw in another 50’s chestnut, \"Bump On A Log\", and you have authenticity and a pureness seldom if ever achieved in the modern day era of Beach Music. Look for strong shag action on all of the above. Finally, check out the never before released original, \" I Can’t Get Enough Of You\" from the pen of the legendary blues icon Willie Dixon, and several fine originals from the artist herself, including \"Serious Blues\", \"Drift Along\", and \"Can’t You Make It Stop Raining\".


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robert shively

Great stuff! Like the title cut and Serious Blues especially.

Pat Storer

very nice