Diane Kallay | Paisley Blues

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Paisley Blues

by Diane Kallay

A major newspaper wrote, "Diane's sizzling vocals will raise eyebrows and touch your soul." Her debut CD features a smokin' rhythm section and powerful horns -- the perfect complements to Diane's incredible voice.
Genre: Blues: Rhythm & Blues
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1. Intro
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2. I'm A Good Woman
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3:24 album only
3. I Just Wanna Make Love To You
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5:34 album only
4. Love To Burn
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4:11 album only
5. If You Will
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5:31 album only
6. Feel So Bad
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5:58 album only
7. You Got Me Hummin'
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8. Just As Long As We Have Each Other
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9. Paisley Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
R&B power-horn bands of the 60's were the inspiration for Diane Kallay's debut CD, "Paisley Blues." From soft and sultry to strong and throaty, Diane's vocals could only be backed by an equally versatile and powerful band.

After a brief introductory tribute to her blues roots, Diane grabs you by the ears with the CD’s first full track, Barbara Lynn’s “I’m a Good Woman.” Two thirds of an hour and a whole lot of energy later, the album returns to its roots with an unplugged version of the Delta Blues-inspired title track.


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