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Debbie Davies

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Album Review

Debbie Davies played with Albert Collins and that experience carries her through her debut album, Picture This. All the way through the album, she plays and sings with a barely restrained energy, spitting out burning leads and positively wailing her vocals. The album is a mixture of solid originals and classic covers, including a version of "I Wonder Why" that features a cameo from Collins. On the whole, Picture This is an exciting debut.

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Years ago a friend turned me on to a cassette, I said it was year ago. I fell in love with the voice, the rhythm. The cassette got lost in moving and I could never find another copy, cassette or CD in the music stores. Earthy, heartfelt and presenting the story from deep within the soul, so glad I found Debbie Davies again.

Biography

Born: August 22, 1952 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Debbie Davies has brought a new sensibility to the blues. The former guitarist for Albert Collins & the Icebreakers, Fingers Taylor & the Ladyfinger Revue, and Maggie Mayall & the Cadillacs, an all-female band led by John Mayall's wife, Davies has continued to attract attention as the leader of her own group since 1993. "I believe my reputation backs up my ability...
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