Liza Constable | In My Girlish Days

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In My Girlish Days

by Liza Constable

A wonderful mix of music from the traditional Delta to Big Maybelle. Liza brings together a diverse tribute to singers and songwriters such as Dr. John, Rodgers and Hart, Ma Rainy, and Mel Tormé. Funky, sweet, danceable and good listening!
Genre: Jazz: Retro Swing
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1. Yonder Come the Blues
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2. Old Rocking Chair
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3. I Never Fool Nobody But Me
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4. Born To Be Blue
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5. Weepin Willow
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6. In My Girlish Days
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7. Wasted Dream
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8. That's All
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9. Motherless Child
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10. Send Me Someone To Love
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11. Hard Hearted Hannah
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12. My Romance
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“Liza has the very rare ability to play and sing a variety of styles, and never sound affected - a genuine, soulful musician who is completely at home with whatever music she chooses, from gutbucket blues, downhome country to sophisticated jazz. She's my kind of musician!”
-John McGann, recording artist, Rust Farm, Wayfaring Strangers

“I love Liza's singing, and I've loved it for years!....swinging, groovy, expressive...the real thing."
-Matt Glaser, fiddler, String Department Chair, Berklee College of Music

"a fine singer and guitarist who has a wonderful easy way with jazz standards"

an excellent guitar player, versatile and bluesy, and she has a singing voice to die for. Liza rocks steady."

"Liza sings with a relaxed grace and beauty, suggesting the vulnerability and intimacy of Billie Holiday, the unadorned strength of June Tabor, and the boldness of Irma Thomas."

“This is a very relaxed blues/jazz recording from a singer who’s got the perfect voice for this style of music. It’s a nice journey through some of the lesser known blues songs - all with tasteful and understated backing on piano, bass, drums and sax. Stylish, sophisticated and so very enjoyable.”
-Dirty Linen Magazine

“ enticing voice...”
-Jamie O’Brien,

"Liza Constable's rich singing style conjures up days gone by. Her band, The Blue Ox Swing Band makes people want to get up and dance to its inspiring sound, whether sultry slow or sassy uptempo."
-Mary Witt, bassist, singer with the O-Tones


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Steve wishnevsky

Simply the best Jazz/blues album ever.
Tell you something that happened the other day. Listening to shuffle in the shop, i thought i heard you, then went, "I don't remember that song," so i went to look. On the way i went, "No that's not her, this woman's high notes are too harsh for Liza." It was Linda Ronstadt's standards album. Liza has better pipes, and more soul. That blues, "Motherless Child" is one of the greatest blues by any modern, ever. I rate it with Paul Gerimiah's "Epitaph Blues" and Geoff Muldaur's "Got to Find Blind Lemon, Pt. I"