Lisa Biales | The Beat of My Heart

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The Beat of My Heart

by Lisa Biales

This is a solid joyful, stirring new album that captures the good time spirit of the blues." - Sean Arthur Joyce "…one of the most brilliant interpreters of the contemporary blues" - Catfish Blues, Italy
Genre: Blues: Jazzy Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Disgusted
2:44 $0.99
2. What a Man
3:17 $0.99
3. I Don't Wanna Hear It
2:44 $0.99
4. Be My Husband
4:45 $0.99
5. Messin' Around with the Blues
4:18 $0.99
6. Said I Wasn't Gonna Tell Nobody
4:17 $0.99
7. Crying over You
3:54 $0.99
8. Wild Stage of Life
3:37 $0.99
9. Don't Let Nobody Drag Your Spirit Down
4:31 $0.99
10. Romance in the Dark
3:46 $0.99
11. I Should've Known Better
5:02 $0.99
12. Brotherly Love
4:17 $0.99
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Album Notes
"She fools you with her singing because it sounds so easy – but when it sounds easy, you’re in the hands of a hell of a singer. Her voice is warm and supple; her phrasing is impeccable. First-class musicians making first-class music." - Blues Matters, UK

"She renders the wide ranging material so effortlessly that it masks the care that undoubtedly went into it. The emotional span of the material from ballads to foot stompers across jazz, pop, blues, and gospel shows us that Biales is one of today’s better and most versatile vocalists.” - Elmore Magazine

"Lisa Biales has a voice that is always inviting. Sometimes it invites you to nod in agreement. Sometimes it invites you inside a song you’ve never heard before. Sometimes it invites you to sing along. And sometimes, you could swear that it invites you to go back in time to an era when a sexy lady at the mic in front of a live band seemed to be singing to just you alone, and supplying you with answers to all the big questions you have about life and love and all that jazz." - Gregory Victor, Parcbench NY

Produced by Tony Braunagel, engineered by Johnny Lee Schell at Ultratone Studio in Studio City, CA. With and all star musical cast of players: Larry Fulcher, Larry Taylor, Chuck Berghofer groove on bass, Darrell Leonaard, Joe Sublett,Lee Thornberg and Tom Peterson add tone cool on horns, Jim Pugh is a master on the Hammon Organ, Wurlitzer electric piano, and Steinway baby grand piano, Paul Brown and Johnny Lee Schell give rich texture with guitars, Maxayn Lewis, Kudisan Kai, Leslie Smith, and Will Wheaton add the sparkle on background vocals, Tony Braunagel sets the tone on drums and percussion, This album has all the right stuff, crank it up, you'll love this album!

Lisa Biales – The beat Of My HeartBig song MusicLisa Biales is a blues diva whose voice is capable of delivering a myriad of blues stylings ranging fromtorchy ballads through lowdown 40’s blues via country gospel through to modern day blues – carrying it all off with a style, conviction and authenticity that most singers can only dream of. And, when you combine a voice like that with musicians of the calibre of Jim Pugh, Larry Taylor, tony Braunagel, Larry Fulcher, Joe Sublett, Johnny Lee Schell and Darrell Leonard you know you are in for a real bluestreat – and that’s just what this is.Biales opens with ‘Disgusted’ with her strutting vocals and swinging horns conjuring up a picture of a female BB King in New Orleans. We stay in the Crescent City on Allen Toussaint’s ‘I Don’t Wanna Hear it’ with it’s sultry vocals and horns – Fats Waller’s ‘Messin’ Around With The blues’ is pure 40’s late night blues replete with lowdown vocals, piano and horns – whilst Eric Bibb’s ‘Don’t Let Nobody Drag your Spirit Down’ transports you to a Southern Gospel church in the 50’s.Add in ‘I should Have Known Better’ where Biales’ haunting vocals are accentuated by piano and Cigfiddle – the classic blues feel of Lil Green’s ‘Romance In The Dark’ which is heightened by the clarity and purity of Biales’ vocals – and the wild gospel of Professor Bradford’s ‘Said I wasn’t Gonna Tell nobody’ – and you have a set that will delight blues lovers of all persuasions. - Mick Rainsford, Blues in Britain



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