Friday, December 30, 2016

Conner Ray Music artist: Trudy Lynn - I'll Sing The Blues For You - New Release Review

I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, I'll Sing The Blues For You, from Trudy Lynn and she doesn't miss a beat. Opening with rockin' blues shuffle, Alright Baby, Lynn is joined by Steve Krase on harp, David Carter on guitar, Terry Dry on bass, Randy Wall on keys, and Matt Johnson on drums. A cool jam, Lynn leads the way and Krase is really jammin'. On Lowell Fulsom's Black Night, Carter steps up with a cool guitar solo, nicely framing Lynn's featured vocals. With a cool bass line by Dry, Thru Chasin' You, has a funky bottom and cool instrumentation. Shuffle, Honky Tonk Song, has a real nice groove with lead harp work by Krase and tight key work by Wall. Memphis Minnie's World Of Trouble is up next and the definite standout track on the release. Lynn's vocals are deep and sultry bathed in blues. Ramblin' Blues is a easy driving blues along the lines of Key to The Highway. Lynn lays it out there capped nicely by Krase's harp work. On Latin flavored, Still My Angel Child, Johnson and Wall really make it happen with excellent percussive work. Wall's featured work and crisp guitar riffs by Carter are definite standouts. Blues rocker, If It's News To You, has a great feel and Lynn and Carter deliver. Wrapping the release is Johnny Copeland's Down On Bended Knee. With a deep sense of feeling, Lynn and Carter lay it out for a super closer to a solid release.

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