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I'll Run Your Hurt Away

Trudy Lynn

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Album Review

Lynn adroitly treads her familiar territory, on the fence separating gutbucket and contemporary blues, on what seems to be her most pleasing album yet. Opening with the spirited juke blues of "Loose Lips," ashe easily moves into some soul balladry on "Try to Leave Me." The album climaxes on the salacious double-entendre barrelhouse blues of "Instant Breakfast," a song sure to not only become one of Lynn's signature songs over the next few years, but also a frequent cover for other adventurous singers. Picking an obscure Ruby Johnson classic from Stax: The Complete Singles (1959-1968), Lynn gives a somewhat shrill, though enjoyable, work-out of the belting ballad, though Johnson's is still the superior version. The album ends with an ode to Otis Redding with bluesy renditions of his ballads "Lover's Prayer" and "Pain in My Heart."

Biography

Born: Houston, TX

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Lynn was raised in Houston and continues to use the city as her home-base. She began her career in the late '60s as a Stax-styled R&B singer opening shows for Ike & Tina Turner and others passing through town. She began recording in late eighties for the Georgia-based British Ichiban label, cutting a fine mix of southern soul and Delta...
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