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Angela Brown & The Mighty 45s – In A Dangerous Mood (Live) (2006)

Artist:Angela Brown & The Mighty 45s
title:In A Dangerous Mood (Live)
Year Of Release:2006
Label:MIGHTY 45
Genre:Blues, Soul, Jazz
Quality:Mp3/320 kbps
Total Time:56:01
Total Size:141 Mb (covers)
WebSite:Album Vorschau

Angela Brown & The Mighty 45s – In A Dangerous Mood (Live) (2006)
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1. I Can Stand A Little Rain (4:19)
2. CC Rider (3:55)
3. Either Way We Lose (4:06)
4. Why Does Everything Change (5:36)
5. People Will Be People (4:35)
6. What Condition My Condition Is In (4:16)
7. Sunday Kind Of Love (5:41)
8. Dangerous Mood (4:58)
9. I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl (5:10)
10. Waiting For The Blues (3:57)
11. Bip Bam Thank You Ma’mm (4:56)
12. Glory Glory Halelulja (4:25)
Angela Brown is certainly a Blues Diva – “raucous, raunchy and rumbustious” are just some of the words used to describe this great singer. Born in Chicago, Illinois. Angela began her musical career by singing gospel music in church and performing with school choirs. And, although she was aware of the blues, she didn’t devote herself to singing them until around 1980, when she played the role of Gertrude “Ma” Rainey in a stage musical. Inspired by the music, she worked, honing her craft, in numerous Chicago blues clubs, often accompanied by pianists Little Brother Montgomery, Erwin Helfer or Lovie Lee, or sharing the stage with her music friends, the likes of ???Blind’ John Davis, Pinetop Perkins, B.B. King, Georgie Fame, Long John Baldry … the list goes on.
The Mighty 45s are a powerful, fusion of musical talent, crossing traditional musical boundaries and playing a seamless mix of blues, soul, rock and jazz in their own subtle, yet hard-hitting style. The recognition and respect for The Mighty 45s’ musical integrity, is continually demonstrated by the demand for them to tour and record with American bluesmen Phillip Walker, Bo-Diddley, Sam Taylor, John Primer, Sherman Robertson, Jay Owens, Larry Garner, Lucky Peterson, The Memphis Horns and the irrepressible Chicago blues/gospel diva, Angela Brown.
Angela Brown & The Mighty 45s – In A Dangerous Mood (Live) (2006)




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