Sounds Like The Devil - Shemekia Copeland - Never Going Back (CD, Album)

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  1. Tocage
    Feb 24,  · Never Going Back To Memphis Bass – Chris Wood (3) Drums, Percussion – Tyler Greenwell Guitar – Marc Ribot Vocals – Shemekia Copeland Written-By – John Hahn (2) Written-By, Guitar – Oliver Wood: 5: The Truth Is The Light/5(4).
  2. Voramar
    I especially like the songs "Black Crow" and "Never Going Back to Memphis". I started liking Shemekia Copeland when I heard her song "Its 2am" (not on this album). Her strong voice can back you up against the wall sometimes, but this album shows a lot of vocal versatility. Her lyrics are always earthy and clever. I hope she comes to Dallas soon/5(24).
  3. Mudal
    01 - Sounds Like The Devil () 02 - Dirty Water () 03 - Broken World () 04 - Never Going Back to Memphis () 05 - The Truth Is The Light ().
  4. Akikus
    It’s easy for anyone with the least bit of honesty to identify with the words of Shemekia, but the reason she’s featured on eartaste tonight is the absolutely tasty music her bandmates have embellished her excellent voice with. Great combination. Shoutouts for Dirty Water, Never Going Back To Memphis, and Black Crow. Shemekia CopelandAuthor: Cholla Needles.
  5. Dozuru
    Jan 19,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Shemekia Copeland - Sounds Like The Devil Iridium, NYC YouTube Shemekia Copeland - Circumstances Iridium, NYC - .
  6. Kezuru
    Shemekia Copeland "Sounds Like The Devil" LIVE by telarc. Shemekia Copeland 'Never Going Back To Memphis' | Live Studio Session by KNKX Public Radio. BB King y Shemekia Copeland by Dame-Linux. Robert Cray and Shemekia Copeland - I Pity The Fool - Bobby "Blue" Bland.
  7. Nijind
    Singer Shemekia Copeland must have been pleased with the way 's Never Going Back turned out because she returns to the well and again employs the services of the Wood Brothers' Oliver Wood as producer/guitarist, and some of the same backing musicians, on this follow-up released three years later. As on the last disc, there is a decided shift away from the sassy blues belter style that.
  8. Vudole
    Sounds like the Devil which was also co-written by Shemekia starts the album off with lyrics that deal with political and religious disillusionment interwoven amidst a catchy, Bonnie Raitt-ish kind-of melody. Copeland’s voice is strong and convincing and she gives the impression that it’s an effort to hold herself back.

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