Leeann Atherton | Every Day Dream

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Every Day Dream

by Leeann Atherton

Bluesy, ballsy, heart-felt, gut-wrenching, rocking female with an attitude for the real thing; love, truth, and a good time; especially on the dance floor.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Bored With The Blues
3:54 album only
2. If You Can't Love Me
5:08 album only
3. Hard Stuff
4:20 album only
4. These Brown Eyes
4:20 album only
5. Mambo John
3:22 album only
6. Just My Man
3:39 album only
7. Too Many Tears
3:21 album only
8. Angels Singing the Blues
5:01 album only
9. I'm Not Responsible
3:22 album only
10. Something To Crow About
2:39 album only
11. Woman & Man
3:53 album only
12. Change Your Mind
3:18 album only
13. What's Your Situation
4:08 album only
14. Tenderness
1:03 album only


Album Notes
This CD is just dripping with soul. Leeann has this wonderful kind of old time bluesy rock thing happening that echoes of Motown, Janice Joplin, Bonnie Raitt, Marcia Ball and plenty of artists from the 60’s and 70’s that aren’t around anymore. Her warm, full and slightly raspy voice is strong and consistent, and very versatile. As good as it is, the musicianship here is probably even better.

There’s no hiding the blazing melodic lead guitar solos by Johnny Mac and Larry Wilson, the slide guitar work of Papa Mali, the rhythm guitars by Sunnyman and Jackson, Riley Osbourn’s Hammond B3, bass by Courtney Audain and drums by Frosty. Several other talented guests round the recording out nicely. The musicianshipmakes for a big bog sound that way exceeds the budget for this independent release. That’s what friends are for, and Leeann has plenty of talented friends.

Songwriting is also strong, with Leeann writing or co-writing most of the tracks. "What’s Your Situation" is a jazz departure, which reminds me of the jazz-pop from the mid 90’s. Extra points goes for track 5, a tribute to Austin’s beloved Mambo John Traynor.



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