50 Shades Of Blue - Don't Call Me Baby (2020)

50 Shades Of Blue - Don't Call Me Baby (2020)
Artist: 50 Shades Of Blue
Title: Don't Call Me Baby
Year Of Release: 2020
Label: Self Released
Genre: Electric Blues
Quality: FLAC (tracks) | MP3 320 kbps
Total : 64:01
Total Size: 373 MB | 150 MB

1. Empty Bed (3:46)
2. My Mama Told Me (5:28)
3. Roll Them Dice (3:37)
4. Don't Call Me Baby (6:27)
5. One Bad Stud (3:40)
6. Walk The Walk (4:43)
7. Wild Women (4:58)
8. Salty 'n Sweet (3:39)
9. Nobody's Home (4:58)
10. Sinner's Prayer (5:19)
11. If Your Love Was Money (6:13)
12. Side Effects (5:13)
13. Congo Square (5:56)

Jim "Doc" Seely and Christine Webb began playing together with Papa Juke in 2013 as guitarist and bass/lead vocalist, respectively. In 2015, Christine and Jim formed 50 Shades of Blue. Playing in a duo not only forced us to take our playing up another notch, it gave me more of a chance to develop our songwriting skills.

In May of 2015 we were finalists in the Colorado Blues Society International Blues Challenge.. And in August of 2015 we won the Mile High Blues Society International Blues Challenge and represented them at the 2016 International Blues Challenge in Memphis. This was both a great career and confidence booster! Also, in the summer of 2015 we recorded our first album.

In 2018 we added Dan Crecco (also from Papa Juke) on drums and percussion. Dan has added a whole new dimension to our repertoire. We can do things rhythmically that we couldn't do before.. more funk and New Orleans roots type music. We have a truly democratic approach to song writing and song arrangements. Everyone contributes in their own way and everyone has a chance to shine. It makes for a very dynamic and creative blues/funk trio. In 2019 we recorded out second album ("Don't Call Me Baby") which later won the Mile High Blues Society self best-produced CD of 2019. One of the songs from the album ("Roll the Dice") also won a Colorado Music Business Organization (COMBO) award for one of the top 20 best original songs in 2019 ..across ALL genres.




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