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A prescription for the blues

When Stevie Ray Vaughn left us, something of his spirit seems to have taken up residence in Laurie Morvan's fingers. With Cures What Ails Ya, Morvan shows her growth as an artist, distilling her sound to a potent brew of rock and blues that leaves the listener craving another shot. This album starts out by grabbing the listener with a blistering burst of guitar and it doesn't let go until the last song fades out. At various times, you can hear the influences of greats like B.B. and Clapton, but Morvan has managed to go beyond the boys and create a sound that's all her own. Lush vocals intertwine with the down and dirty blues like honeysuckle on a fence, and old sounds take on new life. This is particularly poignant when the perfect harmonies of Way Down give way to the searing opening licks of One Little Thing. Lyrically, Morvan has a lot to say. She runs the gamut of the human experience, from the self-effacing humor of A Long Time Ago and When I’m Queen to the profound sadness of Family Line, a look at living with the road taken. My Baby Says is a sassy tune that takes the mournful sound of the blues and flips it around, turning it into a paean to domestic bliss. Where Are the Girls With Guitars shows more of Morvan’s wit, telling the story of her dismay over a Wynona song, but doing so with a wink and a grin. The production values of this album are notable, with crispness and depth that are usually associated with big-budget projects. When people discuss The Laurie Morvan Band in the future -- and they will -- many will recall this album as the one that made them die-hard fans.

cure what ails you

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Genre: Blues

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Guitarist, singer, songwriter, and bandleader Laurie Morvan is so much more than a touring musician. Morvan is also a licensed pilot who worked in the aerospace industry in Southern California for a number of years before launching her blues career. She majored in electrical engineering at the University of Illinois and also played on that school's volleyball team, earning herself a scholarship for her last two years in college. Not unlike the ladies in Saffire — the Uppity Blues Women, Morvan...
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Cures What Ails Ya, Laurie Morvan Band
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Blues, Music, Rock
  • Released: Mar 19, 2007

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