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Preacher Keen - Scattered: Songs & Sermons (2015)

26-10-2015, 15:45
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Preacher Keen - Scattered: Songs & Sermons (2015)

Artist: Preacher Keen
Title Of Album: Scattered: Songs & Sermons
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Papmusic
Genre: Blues, Rockin' Blues
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 39:02 Min
Total Size: 101 Mb | 288 Mb


1. Momma Was a Pick-Up
2. Nobody's Got Too Much Money
3. U Don't Scare Me
4. But Here in the Real World
5. Black Man in the Whitehouse
6. Yo da Lady Who
7. We Can't Blame Johnny
8. I Love the Way My Baby Talks to Me
9. Ladies Love to Dance
10. What Do You Do When Your World Falls Down

" a collision of styles" from a review of my last record, "Heal Yourself (or Die with the Blues) is an accurate description of my style. I have always worked to be a recording artist and a performing songwriter, but I have never allowed myself to be restricted to one genre of music. Every record I've made has been a "collision of styles" record, and with four under my belt as of now, I guess that's why I continue making brrracapa music (blues, rhythm, rock, reggae, country, and pop, and.................) or saying it another way, miscegenated music for saints and sinners. (for English purists, I made up miscegenated out of miscegenation which means mixing of races) On this new record "Scattered: Songs and Sermons", I open with a pop song, move to slow rock, then to reggae, then to blue rhythm, then to a Bo Diddley beat song, then to a punk rock song, then to a blues shuffle, then to New Orleans style beat, and finally to one last reggae number. The hardest decision I have to make is picking one box on a list of multiple genres to describe me!

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