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Laurie Jane and the 45s | Late Last Night-Elixir of Sara Martin

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Late Last Night-Elixir of Sara Martin

by Laurie Jane and the 45s

“ Louisville’s genre bending blues firebrands use a colorful pallet of rich southern sounds to paint a musical portrait of Louisville blues legend Sara Martin”
Genre: Blues: Classic Female Blues
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1. Late Last Night
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2. Achin' Hearted Blues
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3. Blind Man Blues
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4. Strange Lovin' Blues
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5. Sugar Blues
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6. My Man Blues
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7. Joe Turner Blues
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8. Can't Find Nobody to Do Like My Daddy Do
3:01 $0.99
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9. Pleading Blues
2:49 $0.99
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10. Atlanta Blues
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11. I'm Gonna Be a Lovin' Old Soul
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12. 'Tain't Nobody's Bus'ness If I Do
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Album Notes
Louisville, Kentucky's Laurie Jane and The 45s find themselves walking new paths that are at the same time as familiar as turning down the street to home on their new release from Down in the Alley Records. Their goal, to revive the work of Louisville's prohibition era blues original, Sara Martin, but not in a purist way. Instead of trying to capture every nuance of music nearly a century old, they reach out to deliver Sara's music in the same way the great British rock bands introduced most of us to the blues. Sara Martin's words ring true through the careful, thoughtful delivery of Laurie Jane's vocals. The band's southern soul shines with layers of rich horns, cascading guitars and their trademark raucous rhythms.

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