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Between the Stacks

by Misty Blues

Original blues songs written primarily by members of the Misty Blues band. Album includes heartfelt songs of loss and courage, classic bawdy delights, and toe tapping instrumentals.
Genre: Blues: Classic Female Blues
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1. Issaquah: Let Me Go
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6:16 album only
2. Drummer Boy
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3:46 album only
3. Leave Me Alone
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5:56 album only
4. 47th & Lexington
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3:42 album only
5. Chain Saw Mama
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6:06 album only
6. Storm Ain't Gonna Stop
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5:24 album only
7. Passion
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4:15 album only
8. Si Seven
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2:21 album only
9. Lullaby
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3:45 album only
10. Pay Your Dues
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11. Primal
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Album Notes
Artist featured on this album: Gina Coleman-Vocals, Jason Webster-Guitar , Bill Patriquin-Bass, Jeff Dudziak-Guitar, Kali Baba McConnell-Drums, Ben Kohn-Keyboard, Matthew Swanson-Harmonica, Charles Neville-Saxophone.


Band founder and lead singer, Gina Coleman, entered the music scene of Western MA in the early 90’s as the lead singer of the folk/rock group Cole-Connection. It wasn’t until 1999 when she played a gospel singer in the Williamstown Theatre Festival production of A Raisin In The Sun that she was steered down the path of blues. The lead actor in the production, Rubin Santiago-Hudson, told Coleman that he felt her voice was well suited to sing classic blues. This sentiment was echoed by actor/singer, Mandy Patinkin, who sought her out after seeing the opening performance of the production. After actress Gwyneth Paltrow commented on her performance, Coleman knew a musical shift was imminent. Guitarist Jason Webster and bassist Bill Patriquin from Cole-Connection were on board and thus began Misty Blues. With a deficit of blues music in the Berkshires of MA at the time, they felt the musical change would be well received. Misty Blues pays homage to the older blues made popular by the bold and brassy women of its time, while still paying respect to classic male artists of the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s. The band hasn’t completely abandoned their musical roots; they frequently perform classic rock and folk tunes infused with a healthy dose of the blues. Over the years, Misty Blues has produced two albums, Electric Juke Joint and Roadhouse Revival, which is a danceable twist on traditional gospel music. The band is preparing for a third album of original music to be released in 2012. The core members are Gina Coleman, Jason Webster, Bill Patriquin, Jeff Dudziak and Kali Baba McConnell. The band has been fortunate enough to perform with some great musicians in the Berkshires and beyond including Charles Neville, of the legendary Neville Brothers, Matthew Swanson, Benny Kohn, and Dave Brown.


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