Charlotte Collett | After Dark

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After Dark

by Charlotte Collett

If you like funky, juke joint blues, this is the CD for you!
Genre: Blues: Blues Vocals
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1. Let the Good Times Roll (1:57)
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2. Down Home Blues (4:53)
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3. Tain't Nobody's Fault but Yours (2:22)
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4. Wild Women Don't Have No Blues (3:11)
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5. They Raided the Joint (2:23)
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6. I Know How to Do It (2:55)
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7. Million Dollar Secret (4:15)
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8. TV Is the Thing This Year (2:17)
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9. Where Have You Heen? (4:16)
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10. You Can't Tell the Difference After Dark (3:14)
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11. My Castle's Rockin' (3:21)
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Album Notes
After Dark
"The blues takes many forms... It is variously a feeling, a mood, a nameless threat, a person, a lover, a boss man, a mob, and, of course, the Devil himself. It is often experienced as both cause and effect, action and reaction, and it can be used as both hex and counterhex, poison and antidote, pain and relief. Most importantly, the blues is both the cause of song, and song itself...." (Edward Comentale, p. 49. Sweet Air: American Popular Song)

« Le blues revêt de nombreuses formes… c’est de façon diverse, un sentiment, une humeur, une menace sans nom, une personne, un amoureux, un patron, un groupe plus ou moins informe, et biensûr le Diable lui-même. Il est souvent éprouvé à la fois comme la cause et comme l’effet, comme l’action et la réaction, et il peut être utilisé pour jeter un sort ou s’en protéger, comme poison ou comme antidote, peine ou soulagement. Mais surtout, le blues est la source du chant et la chanson elle-même. »


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