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Kelley Hunt - Mercy (2009)

8-12-2013, 17:45
Music | Blues

Kelley Hunt - Mercy (2009)

Artist: Kelley Hunt
Title Of Album: Mercy
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: 88 Records
Genre: Blues, Contemporary Blues Vocal
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 58:35 Min
Total Size: 145 Mb


1. You Got To Be The Vessel
2. Lone Star Road
3. Love
4. Freedom Day
5. Emerald City
6. Mercy
7. Give Me A Sign
8. You Can't Fool Me Anymore
9. Drowning Man
10. That Ain't Love
11. Wig Chalet
12. Mountain To Move

Kelley Hunt (vocals, strings, piano, background vocals)
Bryan Owings (guitar, drums)
Colin Linden, Rob McNelley (guitar)
Mitch Reilly (acoustic guitar, pennywhistle, tenor saxophone)
Mark Jordan (Hammond b-3 organ)
Bob Babbitt (acoustic bass, electric bass)
David Roe (acoustic bass)
Colin Mahoney, Nick Buda (drums)

As a talented pianist, Kelley Hunt has proven she's quite capable of soulful, Chicago-style blues up to and including boogie-woogie. With Mercy she's vocally focused in a swamp queen's persona without dramatic histrionics or foggy backdrops, delving deep into no-nonsense subject material while still retaining her allure. Easily sliding between rock-blues with a contemporary edge, old-school and cool clockwork paced jazz, or ballad-type songs, Hunt sounds very comfortable throughout. Her slick shuffle "Wig Chalet" or the slow, choogling "Emerald City" displays a definite love of music from New Orleans. Via a persona rivaling the established front runner Janiva Magness, Kelley Hunt is well on the way to her own star status in the blues world. (Michael G. Nastos)

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