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Album Review

Keri Leigh is a superior vocalist who is heard at her best during her Waldoxy release singing conventional electric blues where her expressive skills (and her ability to come up with interesting lyrics) can really be heard. She wrote the words to six of the dozen selections but her two strongest performances are actually on the witty and boisterous "Use What You Got" and Koko Taylor's "Voodoo Woman" where she struts her stuff. Also worth hearing are a couple of acoustic country blues numbers although Leigh's occasional departures into Aretha Franklin-influenced r&b are throwaways. But with Mark Lyon's versatile guitar solos and fine four-piece horn section offering her strong support, Keri Leigh's release is a well-paced set and an easily recommended release.


Born: 21 April 1969 in Birmingham, AL

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '90s

Vocalist, songwriter, record producer, journalist, and author Keri Leigh is one of these multi-talented, accomplished individuals who the blues music world can't seem to get enough of. And the fact that she's barely 30 years old ensures that she'll be around, pursuing her number one passion -- singing the blues -- for a long time. Her latest album, Arrival, (1995), for the Jackson, Mississippi-based Malaco Records label, isn't with her usual backing band, the Blue Devils, but it was recorded at...
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