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Showing posts with label Victoria Ginty. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Victoria Ginty. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Blue Door Records artist: Victoria Ginty - Unfinished Business - New Release Review

I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, Unfinished Business, from Victoria Ginty and it's versatile. Opening with title track, Unfinished Business, Victoria Ginty leads this shuffle on vocal with solid sax and guitar solos over a rock solid bass and drum foundation and tight horn work. Take Me Down has a super early spiritual sound with deep rich vocals. Evolving into a funky dance number, Ginty's vocals are solid and backing vocals and horns set up nicely with a really nice guitar solo. Jimmy McCracklin's Every Night, Every Day is a strong blues ballad and possibly the best vocal showcase for Ginty on the release. Grace Lougen plays a sensuous guitar solo giving this track a gripping spark. Very nice. Terrence Trent D'Arby's track, Sign Your Name has a clever Latin fused rhythm with tight percussion and almost falsetto vocals which resonate nicely with a fat sax solo and a clean melodic guitar solo. Smooth. Another of my favorite tracks on the release is Do Me Right with a John Hiatt base feel over a shuffle beat with a bright trumpet solo and a strong rocking guitar solo. Wrapping the release is somber ballad, The Blues Found Me, with a real nice feel. Soulful vocals, warm organ and blues drenched guitar riffs close this solid release. 

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