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Into the Blues

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Album Review

Recording Into the Blues, writes Joan Armatrading on the back sleeve of her first-ever blues album, "has given me so much pleasure," and that pleasure is evident in the grooves.

Customer Reviews

Brilliant

Absolutely brilliant. Joan's guitar playing is so under-rated and it really shines on this cd. I'm a Joan fan from the beginning, but this is one of her best.

Can't Push Me Down--download it

Joan saved her Anti-War masterpiece for iTtunes lyrics "You put your hands on my shoulders, but you just can't push me down..... No matter how hard you try, you just can't push me down. and I know it makes you mad No matter how hard you try, you just can't push me down. HEY HEY HEY You got a big streak down your back it looks kind of YELLOW"

Excellent.

What I like about this new collection of music is that it's an excellent fusion of a new sound heavily backed-up by the Armatrading sound so many of us revere. It is new turf well done, fully enjoyable and it sounds awesome.

Biography

Born: December 9, 1950 in Basseterre, St. Kitts

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Born in 1950 on the island of St. Kitts, Joan Armatrading was her country's — as well as Britain's — first female to gain international success as a singer/songwriter. Spicing her take on folk with elements of rock, blues, and jazz, she has had a remarkably long, consistent career. Armatrading immigrated to England in 1958 and began writing songs six years later. In 1970, she met lyricist Pam Nestor, and the two began collaborating on material later featured on Armatrading's 1972 debut,...
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