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Meeting My Shadow

Vanessa Collier

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1
Poisoned the Well
Vanessa Collier
3:45
2
Dig a Little Deeper
Vanessa Collier
3:10
3
When It Don't Come Easy
Vanessa Collier
4:27
4
Two Parts Sugar, One Part Lime
Vanessa Collier
3:08
5
When Love Comes to Town
Vanessa Collier
4:57
6
You're Gonna Make Me Cry
Vanessa Collier
4:31
7
Whiskey and Women
Vanessa Collier
4:13
8
Meet Me Where I'm At
Vanessa Collier
4:31
9
Cry Out
Vanessa Collier
3:21
10
Up Above My Head, I Hear Music in the Air
Vanessa Collier
3:39
11
Devil's on the Downslide
Vanessa Collier
4:35
Total Playing Time    44:17
Meeting My Shadow is the sophomore recording from captivating and multitalented blues saxophonist, singer and songwriter Vanessa Collier. Following stints playing with artists like Grammy winner Joe Louis Walker, Annie Lennox, Kathy Mattea, Willie Nelson and other notables, she released her solo debut in 2014, a fusion of her blues background with elements of funk, rock and soul. On this album, she once again reveals her musical prowess as she effortlessly transitions from fiery, powerful songs and gritty saxophone solos to soul-stirring ballads packed with raw emotion.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Ruf Records Studio Masters

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