Joan Armatrading releases ‘Into the Blues,’ her sixteenth album (2007)

Joan Armatrading‘s ‘Into the Blues’ is her sixteenth studio album released on May 1, 2007 by 429, Hypertension.


Joan Armatrading releases ‘Into the Blues,’ her sixteenth album (2007)

Track Listing : 1.A Woman In Love (Joan Armatrading) – 03:54 . 2.Play The Blues (Joan Armatrading) – 04:32 . 3.Into The Blues (Joan Armatrading) – 04:22 . 4.Liza (Joan Armatrading) – 04:07 . 5.Secular Songs (Joan Armatrading) – 04:11 . 6.My Baby’S Gone (Joan Armatrading) – 03:35 . 7.D.N.A. (Joan Armatrading) – 04:02 . 8.Baby Blue Eyes (Joan Armatrading) – 03:55 . 9.Deep Down (Joan Armatrading) – 03:58 . 10.There Ain’T A Little Girl Alive (Joan Armatrading) – 04:25 . 11.Empty Highway (Joan Armatrading) – 05:25 . 12.Mama Papa (Joan Armatrading) – 04:00 . 13.Something’S Gotta Blow (Joan Armatrading) – 08:02

Musicians : Joan Armatrading – Vocals, Guitars, Mandolin, Bass, Harp, Keyboards, Harmonica . Miles Bould – Drums & Percussion

Production : Produced By Joan Armatrading . Graham Dickson – Engineer . Joan Armatrading – Engineer, Mixing . Graham Dickson – Mixing

Package : Andrew Catlin – Photography . David Alan Kogut – Art Direction

Recorded 20069 – 2007 At Bumpkin Studios.

ReleasedOn May 1, 2007 By 429, Hypertension.

(Source Joan Armatrading – Into the Blues | Official Website)


Into the Blues amounts to a mixed affair. While it’s reassuring that Armatrading—once one of the jewels in A&M Records’ crown—continues to write and record, it’s doubtful that she’ll earn any new fans strictly on the merits of this release […]

Wilson & Alroy’s Record Reviews
It’s all so dynamic, heartfelt and real, you’re inclined to give her a pass on the few tunes with hermetic production, familiar melodies, or both (“A Woman In Love,” with a main riff borrowed from Sting’s “Set Them Free”). She even manages to put over a tune based on one chord and two words (“Deep Down”) – […]

The Compulsive Reader
Neglect should not be the case for Armatrading: she is unique, the kind of musician who has contributed a rare sound and sense—and the same could be said for very different musicians of the last twenty, thirty, or forty years, … […]


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