Emmett Wheatfall | Them Poetry Blues

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Blues: Blues Vocals Spoken Word: With Music Moods: Mood: Intellectual
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Them Poetry Blues

by Emmett Wheatfall

A soulful journey through life and love via poetry and the blues.
Genre: Blues: Blues Vocals
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1. Never Forget
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2. Miles to Go
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3. Sunday Morning
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4. Alfie
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5. That's What I'm Gonna Do
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6. Last Thursday
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7. Couplets
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8. Big Women
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9. If Love Was Mine
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10. Ms. Janice Scroggins and Her 88 Keys
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11. Black Eyed Peas
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12. Come Away With Me
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13. When a Man Cries
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14. Reason for Love
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15. Mississippi Mixed Girl
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16. On a Sad Day
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17. Them Poetry Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A serious, soulful and fun journey exploring the blues through the poetry of Emmett Wheatfall. This collaborative project features an all-star line-up of Portland musicians: composer/saxophonist Noah Peterson, keyboard players Nathan Olsen, Louis Pain and Janice Scroggins, guitarist Peter Dammann, bassist James Miller and Carlton Jackson on drum set.

This project was funded in part by RACC (Regional Arts and Culture Council) of Portland.


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