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I Got That Feeling


  • 1. Howlin' at the Moon
    2. Tired Angels
    3. I Got That Feeling
    4. Watch Your Step
    5. Let the Heartaches Begin
    6. Lucky in Love
    7. Bad for Me
    8. Where You Keep the Love in This Town?
    9. Rockin' You Baby
    10. Homework
    11. Talk to Me
    12. I Could Get Used to This
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 5039

  • Credits
    ProducerJim Gaines
    EngineerJason Latshaw; Jeff Powell; Jeffrey Reed

    Personnel: Debbie Davies (vocals, guitar); Coco Montoya, Tab Benoit (vocals, guitar); Ernest Williamson (piano, organ); Lenny McDaniel (piano, background vocals); Don Castagno, Steve Potts (drums).
    Audio Mixer: Jim Gaines.
    Liner Note Author: Andy Aledort.
    Recording information: 315 Beale, Memphis, TN.
    Photographer: Pat Johnson .
    Davies' third album finds this artist moving in a much more "pop" direction, proving that she can both stretch her wings artistically and has far more to offer than merely recycled riffs and motifs filtered through a women's perspective. Her social consciousness raising quickly comes up for air on the opening track, "Howlin' At The Moon," one of only three Davies originals aboard this outing. But her interpretations of gospel pop ballad material like Lenny McDaniel's beautiful "Tired Angels," and duets with Coco Montoya on Albert Collins' title track and Tab Benoit on "Let The Heartaches Begin" are every bit as strong, her vocal skills showing more maturity and assuredness with each album. Her solo work is spot on, always paying homage to a wide variety of stylistic lessons well learned and solidly in the blues pocket with no added rock affectations to bog it down. But tracks like "Homework" (not the Otis Rush classic) make it clear that this is Debbie Davies being mainstreamed into Bonnie Raitt territory and she doesn't sound uncomfortable there at all, making this a most ambitious effort. ~ Cub Koda

  • Critic Reviews
    Down Beat (4/97, p.57) - 3.5 Stars (out of 5) - "When it comes to fretboard flashes, guitarist Davies has one of her generation's most incisive sounds. It's taut and tasteful whlie always carrying a sharp edge, and it's put to good use on these Memphis sessions..."
    JazzTimes (6/97, p.103) - "Debbie Davies delivers some sting of her own....she trades earthy vocals and nasty guitar licks with Coco Montoya....More than just a collection of hot licks, Debbie's third outing as a leader has wide appeal."
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