Annette Sendak | Annie & Les Deux Rons

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Annie & Les Deux Rons

by Annette Sendak

Blues with a touch of country and a splash of jazz.
Genre: Blues: Jazzy Blues
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1. Why Don't You Do Right?
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5:43 $0.99
2. It Must Be Someone Else's Heart
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4:12 $0.99
3. Roland's Song
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3:19 $0.99
4. The Weight
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7:04 $0.99
5. Seneca Women's Dance
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1:56 $0.99
6. A Mother's Prayer
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6:17 $0.99
7. Kick Ya to the Curb Blues
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8. One Minute Minnacca
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Album Notes
A mix of southern blues and country with a touch of jazz influences is heard in this first cd released by Annette Sendak's Blue Fried Soulsa featuring Annie Moonbeams. Renaldo E. Smith contributes his soulful lead guitar. Dave Hines elevates everything with his amazing bass playing. Ron Carozzoni (now deceased) brought drums and coronet and Sonny Morgan (also now deceased) gave us amazing saxaphone and clarinet parts.

The song that started the ball rolling for this album was Inspired by my daughter going to war in Iraq in 2005-6 as a helicopter repairperson. "A Mother's Prayer" is dedicated to all the heroes and heroines who served and still serve their country to keep us free. (their Moms). This song has a special harmonica intro written and played for Jackie Webster (and all vets) by guest artist, pianist George Winston. He also appears on harmonica on "Someone Else's Heart" and plays piano on "The Weight" and "One Minute Minnacca". A portion of the proceeds from our sales goes to veteran's charities.


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