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Kay Kay And The Rays - Big Bad Girl flac album
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Kay Kay And The Rays - Big Bad Girl flac album

Performer:
Kay Kay And The Rays
Album:
Big Bad Girl
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MP3 archive size:
1501 mb
FLAC archive size:
1142 mb
Other formats:
WAV AU APE XM DMF MMF VQF
Rating:
4.9
Votes:
176

Tracklist

1 No Mama's Boys
2 Baby Can You Hear Me?
3 Like Thunder
4 Stop The Killing
5 That's The Way It Goes
6 Junk Blues
7 Cold Rain Falling
8 Enron Field
9 Cheater
10 Big Bad Girl
11 Love Of My Life
12 Southside Of The Tracks

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 014172010422

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Kay Kay and the Rays are Texas blues band playing original music with soul, jazz, funk and roots rock influences. Big Bad Girl charted at on Living Blues radio airplay report for October 2003 and at in November. Downbeat Magazine wrote in the October 2004 issue "Kay Kay's discerning way with West Texas blues sensibilities makes her singing throughout her second studio collaboration with the five-piece Rays band thrilling

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Kay Kay and the Rays Featuring Abner Burnett. Catfood Records, Soxwings.

Kay Kay And The Rays. Big Bad Girl ‎(CD, Album).

Big Bad Girl charted at on Living Blues radio airplay report for October 2003 and at in November. Downbeat Magazine wrote in the October 2004 issue "Kay Kay's discerning way with West Texas blues sensibilities makes her singing throughout her second studio collaboration with the five-piece Rays band thrilling

Kay Kay and the Rays formed around the Abner Burnett Blues Band in 1997 when Abner was looking for a lead singer. El Paso, Texas native Kay Kay Greenwade joined the band which eventually changed its name to Kay Kay and the Rays. Standing over six feet tall, Kay Kay cut an imposing figure and her voice was bigger than Texas. Together, the band made three albums for Catfood Records before Kay Kay suffered a stroke and was possibly permanently sidelined. Kay Kay’s incisive lyrics about the penal system in Texas and its detrimental disposition toward minorities and the poor immediately signal her interest in social injustice. She does raise an interesting point about all the money poured into jails instead of schools, and punctuating her incensed statements are equally fiery guitar licks.

Kay Kay Greenwade has established herself as a leading light of contemporary blues. -Living Blues Magazine. The best of the East Coast Blues and Roots Festival was a photo finish between Dr. John, Solomon Burke and Kay Kay and the Rays. Kay Kay can sing in the true tradition of black female vocalists and is a cross between Koko and Aretha. The Rays were wild and smokin' and included a dynamo sax player. Kay Kay and the Rays are a seamless blend of soul and funk. -Blues Revue Magazine.