Lisa Chavous & The Philadelphia Blues Messengers | I Don't Want to Make Love to Your Man

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I Don't Want to Make Love to Your Man

by Lisa Chavous & The Philadelphia Blues Messengers

Locked twin rhythm guitars and a punchy horn section brings a James Brown feel to the Philly jazz-blues explosions of Lisa Chavous and The Philadelphia Blues Messengers. A crowd favorite, the relentless groove gets the young folks up to boogie.
Genre: Blues: Funky Blues
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Lisa Chavous and The Philadelphia Blues Messengers are a rock-solid innovative Philadelphia blues quintet. They have established their reputation as a good-time jam band by playing and singing the soulful music of Muddy Waters, Little Walter, and Elmore James. And their original compositions reflect the band's respect for and interest in groove-driven roots music. They have forged a connection to world beat music and avant-garde jazz through their long association with Philly saxophone legend Byard Lancaster and didgereedoo guru and percussion powerhouse Harold Smith. The Blues Messengers believe in the power of music to bring all people together, and in the power of the blues as an ancient connection to basic life energy.


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