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Joanna Connor, Big Girl Blues

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Joanna Connor, Big Girl Blues

Audio CD

Disk ID: 448060

Disk length: 51m 32s (12 Tracks)

Original Release Date: 1996

Label: Unknown

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“Big Girl Blues” Tracks & Durations

1. Big girl blues 3:47
2. 43rd street 4:33
3. Fly away 4:24
4. You oughta know 4:32
5. Sweet baby 3:09
6. Juicy 4:09
7. Sister spirit 4:26
8. They love each other 4:27
9. Meditations 3:59
10. You should be my lover 4:26
11. Heart of the blues 6:01
12. Smoke it up 3:31

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In 1996 the release of Connor's third rockin' blues album spread word of her talent as a guitarist, singer, and songwriter. A committed player who paid her dues on the Chicago blues scene with the likes of Johnny Littlejohn and James Cotton, Connor plays lines that are deep and clean, usually heated to a boil, often with a slider used on the strings. As a vocalist, Connor's assured phrasing and earthy tone prove to be effective both when she asserts her spiritual side, as on "Meditations," and when she celebrates lustiness, as on "You Should Be My Lover." Connor, a Massachusetts native, wrote all 11 songs on this album, and not one is less than enjoyable. Bonus track "Smoke It Up" seems like a ganja-induced reggae goof. --Frank-John Hadley

Other Versions

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Joanna Connor - Big Girl Blues

Tracks: 12, Disk length: 51m 47s (+0m 15s)

Joanna Connor - Big Girl Blues

Tracks: 12, Disk length: 50m 14s (-2m 42s)