Vaneese Thomas “The Long Journey Home”

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    Artista / Grupo: Vaneese Thomas

    Álbum: The Long Journey Home

    Discográfica: Segue / Blind Raccoon

    Año publicación: 2016

    Fecha crítica: 2/2017

    Valoración: GREAT

After the success of her previous recording appeared in the year 2014 and entitled Blues For My Father which was a tribute to her father Rufus Thomas, now Vaneese Thomas publishes a new piece of work where she shows all her talent as a singer, songwriter, producer and leader of her own band Born in Memphis, the album becomes a faithful portrait of her hometown From Beale Street clubs to the juke joints that still can be found in the Delta or the genuine southern Baptists churches, all the rich musical heritage of Tennessee and Mississippi sounds have been perfectly reflected in each and every one of the twelve songs that make up this remarkable album which gathers all the ingredients to let a more than a pleasant listening The recording benefits of the great production of Vaneese Thomas together with her husband Wayne Warnecke and has been recorded and mixed by Wayne Warnecke himself at Peaceful Waters Music studios It has also counted with the valuable collaboration of an excellent group of musicians who, with their amazing professionalism, contribute to round up a faultless album