Kyleen Austin & Six Way Signal | Moonlight on the Rails

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Moonlight on the Rails

by Kyleen Austin & Six Way Signal

Moonlight on the Rails combines Austin's rich, clear multi-octive vocals with Carlson's soaring and intense guitar solos. This album presents great female blues combined with '90s rock covers, with a fun swing original.
Genre: Blues: Classic Female Blues
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1. Mama He Treats Your Daughter Mean Kyleen Austin & Six Way Signal
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2. I'm the Only One Kyleen Austin & Six Way Signal
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3. The Difficult Kind Kyleen Austin & Six Way Signal
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4. Torn Kyleen Austin & Six Way Signal
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5. It Hurt So Bad Kyleen Austin & Six Way Signal
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6. Don't Even Need a Man Kyleen Austin & Six Way Signal
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7. My Favorite Mistake Kyleen Austin & Six Way Signal
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8. I Just Wanna Make Love to You Kyleen Austin & Six Way Signal
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Album Notes
A swinging rendition of the Ruth Brown standard, "Mama He Treats Your Daughter Mean". Powerhouse Melissa Etheridge tune "I'm The Only One" Is a great vehicle for this group's rock sound. Fun original, "Don't Even Need a Man" is a swinging feminist twist.


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