Kimberly Allison | Old, New, Borrowed, and Blues

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Old, New, Borrowed, and Blues

by Kimberly Allison

"Old, New, Borrowed and Blues" explores elements of traditional electric urban blues, jump, funk, jazz/blues, and blues/rock and traditional blues. A masterfully self-produced debut album from a versatile and talented guitarist.
Genre: Blues: Jazzy Blues
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1. Grill Your Own
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2. Open House At My House
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6:57 album only
3. Turn Up The AC
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5:10 album only
4. Next Time You See Me
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3:03 album only
5. Four Down Jump
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4:09 album only
6. No Dog, No Woman, No Best Friend Blues
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7:49 album only
7. Portland Boogie
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8. I Just Got To Know
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9. I Want To Park My Hot Rod
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10. I-35 South
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The '90s saw the emergence and acceptance of a whole new breed of guitar players in the blues world, namely females.

Deborah Coleman, Sue Foley, Debbie Davis, Susan Tedeschi are the names that come to mind with most folk, but there is a new kid on the block whose name belongs ranked among those just mentioned.

Some of you reading this may know her from her appearances on the Southern California blues club circuit.

The lady`s name is Kimberly Allison and she has released one whale of and album entitled Old, New, Borrowed and Blues that will knock you out upon first listen.

Man is this good! Kimberly offers an even mix of five instrumental originals and five covers on the well paced, brilliantly self produced album that is thoroughly eclectic.

To compare Kimberly`s clean, non-gadget style to anyone else would be an injustice to this vibrantly talented guitar player as she possesses her own significant signature.

If forced to make a comparison the best analogy would be to take the grit of Albert Collins add the melodic jazziness of let`s say Kenny Burrell or Joe Pass and you have Kimberly Allison.

The albums`s opening piece "Grill Your Own" starts things off with a jazzy shuffle that quickly establishes this lady`s unique melodic picking style very quickly While the covers chosen for this fine album are quite good, it`s Kimberly`s originals that really allow her to strut her stuff as both player and composer equally."Turn Up The AC" finds Allison laying down some piercing licks over a stuttering funky soul beat provided by Phil Norris on trumpet and Jennifer Hall an sax.

"Four Down Jump" is a jumping piece of blues featuring some tasty harp licks courtesy of James Murphy, while "Portland Boogie" evokes a bit of the swing era with it`s bouncy arrangements.

"I35 South" has a bit of a Texas grind to it to close thing out nicely.

"Old New, Borrowed And Blues," is a well executed completely enjoyable album that contains a continuous flow and feel throughout it`s ten tunes that leave you with the feeling that bigger and better things are yet to come from this very talented lady, Major labels take note ..

this lady can play her butt off! ---Steve Hinrichsen ---SouthLand Blues Magazine - April 2001 For more glowing reviews checkout Kim's website ! ...


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Brook Crowley

How good is this?
Now, this CD is great. In fact, it's bloody brilliant. Kimberly plays the hottest licks ever, better than any female guitar player. I love "open House at My House" the best. I think I'll buy another copy for a friend. So if you only buy one CD this year, make sure it's this one, because it's that good!

John E.

This is very good stuff !!!
This CD has quickly become one of my favorites.
There is something for everyone regardless of your
particular blues likes and dislikes. The production
quality is outstanding and the performances by Kimberly
and her ensemble are truly stellar. Buy this CD now !!!