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How Blue Can You Get - Cyndi Lauper - To Memphis With Love (CD, Album)

9 Reply to “ How Blue Can You Get - Cyndi Lauper - To Memphis With Love (CD, Album) ”

  1. Zulkik says:
    Jan 01,  · Cyndi Lauper (born Cynthia Ann Stephanie Lauper on June 22, in Brooklyn, New York, United States), is a Grammy Award-winning singer (who possesses a four-octave vocal range) and Emmy Award-winning film, television and theatre actress. She was lead singer of the rockabilly band Blue Angel before her rise to fame as a solo singer. Her.
  2. JoJokus says:
    Oct 28,  · Excerpt from "To Memphis, with Love" - CD & DVD 70mn LIVE PERFORMANCE FROM CYNDI LAUPER'S LATEST ALBUM, GRAMMY-NOMINATED 'MEMPHIS BLUES' - OUT FROM OCT 25th in Continental Europe (naïve).
  3. Yogrel says:
    Memphis Blues doesn't sound like an efficient-but-winking modern day retread of a classic genre (I'm looking at you, Rod Stewart), but an actual lost recording from some previous era. It's a testament to Cyndi Lauper's inestimable talent that she sounds utterly at home in any genre, from electro-pop to standards to completely organic barrelhouse blues.
  4. Kara says:
    This is a different band to the musicians on the Memphis Blues CD (they didn’t want to leave Memphis apparently) and different versions of some of those Memphis Blues songs are played on this CD and DVD as well as some bluesy versions of Cyndi Lauper’s more familiar songs/5(19).
  5. Fegar says:
    Lauper also performed a song from her upcoming album Memphis Blues in the show's live season finale. [88] Memphis Blues —Lauper's 7th studio album—was released on June 22, and debuted on the Billboard Blues Albums chart at No. 1, and at No. 26 on the Billboard Top
  6. Ferg says:
    To Memphis With Love, an Album by Cyndi Lauper. Released 24 October on Naïve (catalog no. NV; CD). Genres: Blues.
  7. Shagor says:
    Artist: Cyndi Lauper Genre: Rock, Blues Release Date: Label: Naive Catalog Number: NV Recording: Live Length: Format: CD Note: CD/DVD French Import All Region DVD.
  8. Grotilar says:
    "How Blue Can You Get" (alternatively "Downhearted") is a blues song first recorded by Johnny Moore's Three Blazers in It is a slow twelve-bar blues that jazz critic Leonard Feather and his wife, Jane Feather, are credited with writing. The song has been recorded by several blues and other artists.
  9. Mooguramar says:
    Cyndi Lauper covered You Make Loving Fun, He's So Unusual, Walk on By, I Fall to Pieces and other songs. Cyndi Lauper originally did Heartaches by the Number, Walk on By, I Fall to Pieces, You Make Loving Fun and other songs. Cyndi Lauper wrote Unconditional Love, Time After Time and The Goonies 'R' Good Enough.

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