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Live at the Royal Albert Hall

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Download links and information about Live at the Royal Albert Hall by Joan Armatrading. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Blues, Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:51:03 minutes.

Artist: Joan Armatrading
Release date: 2011
Genre: Blues, Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:51:03
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Show Some Emotion 4:42
2. Something's Gotta Blow 9:01
3. All the Way from America 4:13
4. Two Tears 5:19
5. Cry 4:39
6. Promises 4:51
7. Into the Blues 5:18
8. A Woman In Love 3:58
9. Love Love Love 4:02
10. Love and Affection 5:04
11. Tall In the Saddle 9:16
12. My Baby's Gone 4:07
13. This Charming Life 4:05
14. The Weakness In Me 4:30
15. Best Dress On 4:59
16. You Rope You Tie Me 6:04
17. Heading Back to New York City 5:50
18. Call Me Names 4:00
19. Me, Myself, I 6:22
20. Drop the Pilot 4:40
21. Willow 6:03

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Joan Armatrading has been one of music’s most underrated performers; she's been recording consistently strong albums since the early ‘70s. This concert from London’s legendary Royal Albert Hall shows a 59-year old Armatrading every bit as powerful as anyone half her age. Her songs are classics: “Show Some Emotion,” “All the Way from America,” “A Woman In Love” and “Love and Affection” fuse together elements of folk, R&B, romantic balladry and the blues into an effective modern mix. Her tight back-up group packs a density into each tune, while the sparse piano version of “The Weakness In Me” is most chilling, as her voice can still reach the peaks effortlessly. “Heading Back to New York City,” “Best Dress On,” “Into the Blues” and “My Baby’s Gone” show her various approaches to the blues, all with her enlightening guitar work. “You Rope You Tie Me” trades up the funk. “Me, Myself, I” is an attractive pop anthem. Armatrading can do it all. Here, in what is clearly her best live album to date, she does it beyond peer.