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Hittin' Where It Hurts

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Download links and information about Hittin' Where It Hurts by Denise LaSalle. This album was released in 1988 and it belongs to Blues genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 39:53 minutes.

Artist: Denise LaSalle
Release date: 1988
Genre: Blues
Tracks: 9
Duration: 39:53
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Don't Cry No More 5:06
2. Write This One Off (As a Loss) 5:05
3. Caught In Your Own Mess 4:36
4. Bring It On Home to Me 4:59
5. Eee Tee 4:10
6. If You Can't Do Me Right 4:04
7. See-Saw 3:53
8. You Gotta Pay to Play 4:04
9. I Forgot to Remember 3:56

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When high-tech urban contemporary sounds became R&B's norm in the 1980s, the small, Jackson, Mississippi-based Malaco Records continued to specialize in traditional, southern-style soul music. One of Malaco's best sellers has been Denise LaSalle, a big-voiced soul shouter with a gospel-influenced delivery along the lines of Millie Jackson, Betty Wright and Laura Lee. One of LaSalle's strongest Malaco releases, Hittin' Where It Hurts was recorded in 1988, but often sounds like it could have been recorded in 1967. LaSalle sounds as inspired as ever on such gritty, horn-laden fare as "If You Can't Do Me Right," "Eee Tee" and the bluesy "Caught in Your Own Mess," all of which recall the splendor of Stax Records. Many soul veterans have gone unrecorded in the 1980s and '90s, but thankfully, LaSalle isn't one of them.