Lisa Graciano | Citygirl Blues

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Citygirl Blues

by Lisa Graciano

From semi-acoustic blues to songs with traces of gamelan music influence right down to funky sounding ones, the overall feel is still the familiar bluesy sound of this singer-songwriter.
Genre: Blues: Blues Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Citygirl Blues
4:08 $1.40
2. Cool
4:03 $1.40
3. Beautiful Home
2:33 $1.40
4. Under The Same Sun
4:02 $1.40
5. Kicked Him Out
3:35 $1.40
6. Treat Your Woman Right
3:53 $1.40
7. Train Song
4:01 $1.40
8. Once A Nomad Always A Nomad
3:11 $1.40
9. Making A Living
3:22 $1.40
10. Gonna Give Me His Love
4:39 $1.40
11. Cool (version with band)
4:30 $1.40
12. All We Need
4:45 $1.40
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Album Notes
Lisa Graciano took things in her own hands as an independent singer-songwriter and created this album containing eleven of her own songs. Once again she teamed up with some of the finest musicians in the city of Amsterdam.She wanted each song to have a different feel from the other; some semi-acoustic and others done mostly live with the band and guest musicians.From the acoustic-blues 'Cool' to 'Beautiful Home' which has traces of gamelan music influence right down to the funky sounding 'Kicked Him Out'. And from the simple live track of 'Making A Living' to the Van Dijck & De Vries production of 'Citygirl Blues' and 'All We Need'. The overal feel is still the familiar bluesy Graciano sound.



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Lane Graciano

The title track reminds me of Sheryl Crow...
The title track reminds me of Sheryl Crow, my favorite blues rocker; your voice even sounds like hers on it. I love both versions of Cool; they're so different in mood, with the solo version sounding forceful and the band version more upbeat. The backbeat of the first part of Gonna Give Me His Love sounds like the backbeat of Pink Floyd's Gravy Train (the one where David Gilmore sings, "By the way, which one's Pink?"), and the backup on the chorus is fantastic. Then there's the almost-country-western Making a Living, which suits the topic of the lyrics since country singers are known for singing the blues, and daily life is full of the blues! And I love the syncopated riffs and the live-and-let-live message of Under the Same Sun.