Artist: Country Blues Revue Title Of Album: A Minor Bit Blue Year Of Release: 2012 Label: Country Blues Revue Genre: Harmonica Blues, Country Blues, Rockin' Blues Format: MP3 Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz Total Time: 51:14 Total Size: 120 Mb Covers: Front
Tracklist: 01. And In Time (3:22) 02. Santa Fe Basin Blues (2:17) 03. A Minor Bit Blue (4:37) 04. Ophelia (3:34) 05. Voodoo Queen (5:21) 06. Missed The Point (5:25) 07. Designated Lover (Feat. Roberta Donnay) (3:26) 08. I Ain't Got You (3:00) 09. Rockability (3:39) 10. That's Alright Mama (4:23) 11. Comfort (Feat. Roberta Donnay) (4:32) 12. No More Bad News (3:38) 13. The Blues Chose Me (3:53) Marc Malin, Harmonica Mike Handler, Larry Diaz and Arne Bey make up the core of CBR or Country Blues Revue out of Santa Fe NM . They have been nominated 3 times in two years for the nationaly judged New Mexico Music Awards. Twice for best Blues song of the year"Gamblin Wheels" and "The Blues Chose Me". This year they won the award for best Country Song of the year 2012 for "I Aint Got You". Some of the main events they have played include the Music Awards at the Sandia Casino in Albququerque NM, The Silver City Blues Festival opening for Zydeco "Rosie Ledet", Thirsty Ear Music Festival (2 yrs running)opening for" T Model Ford "and "Asleep At The Wheel" Santa Fe Bandstand, Santa Fe Blues Festival. "With some of the old and some of the new, A Minor Bit Blue blends a good roux and gumbo of blues tinged with jazz in Country Blues Revues day of reckoning. It confirms Country Blues Revue as promising interpreters and writers of the blues." David McGee San Francisco Blues Society Review (see full review below) "A Minor Bit Blue by Country Blues Revue. This is the second album of easy-going, unpretentious music by a Santa Fe band fronted by singer and guitarist Marc Malin and Harmonica Mike Handler (I forget what he plays). The rhythm section for most of the tunes consists of bassist Larry Diaz and drummer Arne Bey. A host of local musicians make cameos here, as does one out-of-towner, singer Roberta Donnay, who is probably best known for being one of Dan Hicks Lickettes in recent years. She takes turns with Malin singing lead on Comfort, a breezy little song that sounds like something Hicks himself might record. Here are a few reviews: Despite the name, CBR doesnt limit itself to country blues. In fact, several songs feature horns. The musicians take a stab at rockabilly on the original song Rockability and a cover of Thats All Right. Some tunes like No More Bad News (featuring call-and-response vocals between Malin and Stephanie Hatfield) hint at New Orleans funk. My favorite songs on this album include the good-time cover of The Bands Ophelia and the swampy Voodoo Queen featuring Handler growling the vocals and Terry Diers on accordion. But CBR saved its best for last, another one rooted in the swamp called The Blues Chose Me. Review by S Terell , The Santa Fe Reporter
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