For one so young Joanne Shaw Taylor is not only treat as an equal in what might be the most snobbish of musical genres but genuinely revered by many much older guitarists and this, her third album could well be the one that attracts the ears of Big League Promoters across the Atlantic Ocean. When Joanne Shaw Taylor picks up her guitar and starts tearing into a tune, she channels the sweaty energy of a smoky blues bar at midnight. Her singing is just as gritty and soulful, a throaty growl that conveys the blistering emotions that are her stock in trade. She doesn’t waste any time getting down to business.
Joanne Shaw Taylor: guitars, vocals,
David Garza: piano, Wurti,Rhodes, RMI, Hammond, mandolin,
Billy White: bass, acoustic slide,
J.J. Johnson: drums.
1.Soul Station 6:16
2.Beautifully Broken 5:48
3.You Should Stay, I Should Go 4:09
4.Piece Of The Sky 3:51
5.Army Of One 5:15
7.Almost Always Never 3:50
8.Tied & Bound 6:11
9.A Hand In Love 3:39
10.Standing To Fall 6:47
11.Maybe Tomorrow 6:32
12.Lose Myself To Loving You 5:25
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