Barbara Carr | Keep the Fire Burning

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Keep the Fire Burning

by Barbara Carr

Soul Legend Barbara Carr is back!
Genre: Blues: Soul-Blues
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1. Hanging By a Thread
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2. Come On Home
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3. We Have the Key
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4. I Got the Blues
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5. Keep the Fire Burning
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6. Moment of Weakness
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7. Back Together Again
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8. Hold On to What You Got (feat. Johnny Rawls)
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9. You Give Me the Blues
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10. What You Gonna Do
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11. Sweet Talking Snake
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Album Notes
Soul Legend Barbara Carr's Keep The Fire Burning on Catfood Records is sure to put her back on top where she belongs and gain her several award nominations. It has stayed on the blues radio charts for four months and was the #1 Sirius-XM Bluesville Pick To Click. Barbara is featured in a cover story in the December 2012 Living Blues Magazine and headlined the prestigious Lucerne Festival in November 2012. Keep The Fire Burning was selected as one of Downbeat Magazine's 2012 Best Albums of the Year. Barbara had hit singles like Don't Knock Love on Chess Records in the late 60s then took time off to raise a family. She returned with Good Woman Go Bad recorded at Muscle Shoals followed by three best selling albums on Ecko in the 90s. Backed by the Rays, including the Ray horn section, with songs by Johnny Rawls and Bob Trenchard, recorded at Sonic Ranch in Texas, she finally has music and production worthy of her talent for the first time in years.


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