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Wiggle Room

by Michele D'amour and the Love Dealers

From the jazzy, danceable title track to more funky selections, from lighthearted to serious, this set of tunes explores the many flavors and textures of blues.
Genre: Blues: Jazzy Blues
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1. Falling Down
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2. Sweet Lovin Man
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3. Wiggle Room
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4. Honey on the Side
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5. Nothing to No One
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6. Let It Slide
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7. Been so Long
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8. Worthy
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9. He Can't Be Wrong
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10. Hard Times
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Michele D'Amour was steeped in the blues in the womb and has maintained her love of the genre throughout her life, bolstered by her father's extensive record collection. At the tender age of six, inspired by a now-forgotten incident, the precocious youngster penned her first song, "My Mom is So Mean." Growing up in rainy Seattle in such circumstances with two older sisters to boot, the blues gave Michele an outlet for transcending life's trials and tribulations and helping others as well.

Also at the age of six (it was a very good year), Michele began her study of piano, though her teacher's insistence that she play only classical for five years cut her studies short. She also sang in her local church choir and continued writing stories and poems. In her youth, she sang in local cover bands and eventually discovered Seattle's blues jam scene. Michele also added Celtic harp and bass guitar to her instrument studies.

In 2011, the band Michele D'Amour and the Love Dealers was formed when the stars aligned -- Michele's lifelong affinity for the blues, her experience writing and performing, and the emergence of the right founding band members. Since then, the band has released four albums: Sin Comin' On in 2014, Ante Up in 2015, Lost Nights at the Leopard Lounge in 2017, and Wiggle Room in 2018, all to international airplay and accolades, including a John Lennon Grand Prize for Michele's song Trouble.

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