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Lisa Biales - Top Albums (2006 - 2010)

3-02-2014, 17:21
Music | Jazz | Blues | Folk

Lisa Biales - Top Albums (2006 - 2010)

Artist: Lisa Biales
Title Of Album: Top Albums
Year Of Release: 2006 - 2010
Genre: Blues, Folk
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 282:13 Min
Total Size: 695 Mb


Lisa Biales - Top Albums (2006 - 2010)

Chasing Away The Blues (2006):
01. Take Time
02. Lisa's Song
03. Where The Buckwheat Blooms
04. I Believe
05. Monday Morning In Crescent City
06. Yellow Shoes
07. Chasing Away The Blues
08. Connected
09. Peace And Quiet
10. Lascivious Itch
11. Preheat
12. Woo Woo

A soulful voice you want to hear over and over again. Folky blues, Country Blues, Folk Rock
A song from the latest CD, “Chasing Away the Blues” by Oxford musician Lisa Biales cracked the Top 40 on International Folk Radio. The song “Where the Buckwheat Blooms”, on the third solo album by the Ohio native, hit #32 between Cat Stevens and Bill Monroe. Additionally, Biales’ music is in current rotation at radio stations in Germany, New Zealand, Australia, England, Canada, Las Angeles, New York, Nashville, Texas, Illinois, Missouri, Wisconsin and Ohio. "People are listening to my music all over the world and discovering a voice they like," said Biales. "It is very exciting and validates me as an artist." Biales’ soul stirring voice and unique guitar playing has created her signature sound combining a folky, blues mix of musical genres.

Lisa Biales - Top Albums (2006 - 2010)

Music Box (2007):
01. Full Moon Full Of Love (Acoustic)
02. Full Moon Full Of Love
03. Yippie Ti Yi Yo
04. Quilt Song
05. I Would
06. River Of Change
07. Ballerina GirlMusic Box
08. Playing With Angels
09. Guardian Angel
10. Walking Stick
11. Half Of Me
12. Peaceful Warrior/Indian Song
13. Ohio
14. I've Had It
15. I Loved You
16. Song for a Someone
17. Truckin Man
18. Best Friend's Baby
19. She'll Take Anything
20. Sleepytime Lullaby

Lisa released her first album of music in 1991, a five song EP produced by Grammy Award Winner Jeff Redefer called "Best Friend's Baby." It was a two day project in the studios at Ohio University in Athens with Mark Hellenberg on Drums, Bernie Nau on piano, organ and accordion, Tom Martin on Bass and Jim Smailes on (killer) electric guitar. Check out song #19 "She'll Take Anything" and experience the raw energy of this pot-luck band of musicians who came together to play for two days. Not before or since have these musicians played together in this form.In 1999, fourteen more songs were added to the project and "Music Box" was born.
In 2007, the Music Box was re-issued, so now you have twenty songs from singer-songwriter Lisa Biales spanning 1991 to 2006. She added "Sleepytime Lullaby" the last song on the album. It didn't make the cut on her "Chasing Away The Blues" album so she added the lullaby written for her children here when the album was re-issued.
The album starts out with an acoustic version of "Full Moon Full Of Love" and goes right into the version she played with her band of seven years, The Band DeVille. The band consists of Pete Cary on guitar, Gary Strauss (Captain) on drums, and Tom Zinser (Pleasant Mountain Boys) on bass. The haunting Peaceful Warrior/Indian Song with guitar, voice and cello (Tom Martin) has been called "a work of art." Country music with a twist features Sarah Goslee Reed (Prairie Orchid) playing dobro on "Yippee Ti Yi Yo" "Walking Stick" and "River Of Change." Lisa mixes it up with some solo acoustic tunes that show off her voice and she throws in some songs with alternate tunings on guitar (DADF#AD).

Lisa Biales - Top Albums (2006 - 2010)

Come To Me (2007):
01. Come To Me
02. Whistles And Bells
03. Smoking Section
04. So Many Things
05. Carol Of The Bells
06. Little Brother
07. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
08. Everything Will Work Out
09. Wrong Beyond Repair
10. Start Some Mystery
11. Chop Wood
12. Wish You Were Here
13. A Change Is Gonna Come

Lisa has been referred to as the "Norman Rockwell" of songwriters who paints a portrait of the American landscape with her music. Folk, Americana, Contemporary Country-Blues.
Lisa's third album of original music produced by Nashville “Kitten” Gary Scott, starts out with the title cut "Come To Me" a bluesy country sound that slides right into "Whistles And Bells" an introspective song with a dreamy violin solo by Doug Hamilton. “Smoking Section” is about a girl that tries to catch the eye of the Best Man at her friend’s wedding. The fun part is when the bride shows her tattoo! Lisa’s melancholy version of "Carol of the Bells" (a choral classic) is elegantly original and could possibly become one of your holiday favorites. “Little Brother” is one woman’s story of meeting a soldier who just happened to be the same age as her own son. Lisa sings this emotional haunting song beautifully without accompaniment. Lisa’s version of George Harrison’s “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” is astoundingly beautiful. “Start Some Mystery” is a playful and rhythmic . . . start some mystery why don’t we do it yeah. “Chop Wood” . . . what does the Zen Master say to the student after she becomes enlightened? You still music chop wood and carry water and live your life day by day. Lisa’s final cut, Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come” is soulfully sad and beautiful all at once with Jimmy Rogers on harmonica.

Lisa Biales - Top Albums (2006 - 2010)

Yellow Shoes (2008):
01. Hello
02. Miss Kitty
03. Little Old Red Rooster
04. Don't Call Your Mama
05. Owl Moon
06. The Beautiful Butterfly
07. Peace And Quiet
08. Old Paint
09. Swinging On A Star
10. Ballerina Girl
11. This Little Piggy
12. Nursery Rhyme Medley
13. Yellow Shoes
14. When You Wish Upon A Star

Folk, Jazz Standards, Blues, and American Roots music mixed with cleverly written original tunes. All laced together with a little parlor guitar and a crystal pure voice. This CD sounds as if Lisa is singing to you directly from her living room.
Listening to the “Yellow Shoes” collection by Lisa Biales is like uncovering one of your favorite toys from your childhood. It’s an escape into a time of comfort and joy, as you'll want to hear it play for hours.Like the cover-tunes of “Swinging On a Star” and “When You Wish Upon a Star” wisk you back to dreams of the past, you won’t want to leave the arms of “Owl Moon”, as Lisa's lovely voice cradles you in wonder.Ironically, Biales rhymes with ‘Alice’. Lisa gently reaches out and leads you through the magical mirror to a land of music boxes, ballerinas, butterflies and unpredictable Cheshire cats.Lisa unveils memorable moments of motherhood in “Don’t Call Your Mama”, where you’re sure to rock with it’s bluesy beat and “Peace and Quiet”, inspired by her son Nathan. I guarantee you’ll hit replay again and again on this track!The sentimental title track, “Yellow Shoes” strikes a chord from adolescence. You’ll frolic along in its playful landscape, surely falling in love all over again with your first love.This is a perfect choice for your family’s music library and one that will create new memories for children of this era.(Customer Review)

Lisa Biales - Top Albums (2006 - 2010)

Hey There... 12 Songs That You Wish Your Girlfriend Had Written (2008):
01. You Can't Do That
02. I Like You Love
03. Hey There
04. Ziggy Song
05. Lady In Waiting
06. Miss Kitty
07. Potential
08. Say Your Prayers Girl
09. White Lie Waltz
10. Where Do The Babies Go
11. Why've You Been Gone So Long
12. Farewell Adieu

"Lisa Biales calmly transitions between country, jazz and blues . . . unbreakable acoustic tradition." (~~Marc Nolis, MassMuzikaS, Belgium)
Lisa’s voice is strong, and alive with expression, her words are kind and truthful. This album was recorded live in her home, it sounds as if you are being serenaded in your very own living room. Just the sweet voice and the guitar, also featuring Doug Hamilton on Violin, William Crichton on Upright Bass, Billy Matheny on Mandolin and Electric Guitar. Produced by West Virginia’s favorite Songbird, Todd Burge.
Lisa comes to performing naturally, growing up in a musical family her appreciation for singing came at an early age. She likes to say she learned to sing by “osmosis” . . . listening to her mother.

Lisa Biales - Top Albums (2006 - 2010)

Closet Hippie (2010):
01. Closet Hippie
02. Cow Cow Boogie
03. "L" Word
04. Miss Ohio
05. Doctor's Orders
06. Rainbow Jesus
07. Five
08. Little Wing
09. Earth Mama
10. Missing You
11. Buzzie
12. Boom Boom

Lisa Biales (say Be-Alice) is a vocal powerhouse. Original Blues Influenced acoustic music by a compelling songwriter with a crystal pure voice.Lisa Biales has created a signature sound with her original music, a crystal pure voice, and a little parlor guitar. This album features Lisa's trio with Doug Hamilton on violin and Michael G. Ronstadt on cello. This eclectic mix of songs and instrumentation makes you smile and want to hit replay.
A personal album from seasoned songwriter Lisa Biales who has created a signature sound with her Blues influenced music. This sixth album is Intimate and playful, political but not in your face, exposing an "underground" healer. The Closet Hippie is Out! Lisa shares with us her spiritual side and her earthy beliefs. This albums is best described as Jazzy (as in Jazz Standards), Bluesy (as is Acoustic), Worldly (as in International Appeal).Biales performs on a little parlor guitar, her band consists of Michael G. Ronstadt on cello and Douglas Hamilton on violin. The trio create an eclectic, bluesy sound with Lisa's angelic vocals carrying you away.
"It's another great album, just listen." (Radio Waves International)
"The highlight of this CD is the beautifully sung 'Missing You', a self-penned blues that Lisa actually squeezes out of her toes." (Freddy Celis, Rootstime Magazine)

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