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Frank Lauridsen - How It Feels To Be Frank (2014)

20-03-2014, 18:40
Music | Blues | Soul | R&B

Frank Lauridsen - How It Feels To Be Frank (2014)

Artist: Frank Lauridsen
Title Of Album: How It Feels To Be Frank
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Giant Sheep Music
Genre: Modern Electric Blues, R&B, Blues Soul
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 51:45
Total Size: 121 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Shake That Rhythm (4:00)
02. Keep On Truckin' (4:53)
03. Wheeling And Dealing (3:57)
04. People Get Ready (5:04)
05. River Café (3:41)
06. Don't Call Home (4:09)
07. If I Had A Dollar (4:44)
08. For What It's Worth (4:56)
09. King Of The Blues (2:33)
10. Hook Line And Sinker (4:23)
11. Alligator Eyes (3:38)
12. Burn My Bridges (5:41)

Frank’s career started as a 17-year-old in the band The Burtons. Shortly after, he joined the more famous band, The Baronets, led by the Danish musician Lasse Helner. The Baronets became very popular and even had the honor of warming up for big international names such as The Bee Gees, The Kinks, Procol Harum and The Who.

In the 1970s, Frank was a member of the very successful band Midnight Sun. They even managed to get a favorable mention in Rolling Stone Magazine!

Later on Frank started the band The Franks, which toured the length and breadth of Denmark. For the past ten years, Frank has been working on his first solo album.

The forth coming album will be released in late March 2014, and will be a dedication to rhythm & blues, soul music, country and it even contains a few rock ballads!

Ten of the twelve tracks are new and written especially for Frank and his powerful voice. Two tracks are old favorites of his: ‘For What It’s Worth’ written by Stephen Stills and ’People Get Ready’ written by Curtis Mayfield.

In fact, on Frank’s rendition of ‘People Get Ready’ he accomplishes an old dream of his both singing it and by including a new b line composed by himself.

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