Download links and information about Natasha by Natasha. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Blues, World Music genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 54:13 minutes.
|Genre:||Blues, World Music|
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|2.||Nothing At All||3:52|
|3.||Open Up the Door||3:49|
|4.||The Night Is a Hunter||5:58|
|5.||Just a Little Bit||2:48|
|7.||Born In Chicago||7:10|
|8.||Tell Me What You're Gonna Do||3:11|
|10.||High Cost of Loving||4:11|
|11.||Wrong Kind of Man||3:34|
|12.||Walking By Myself||4:30|
Chesky Records was best known for jazz and classical in the early 1990s, but the New York label dabbled in New Orleans-influenced R&B, roots-rock and blues with this little-known CD by singer Natasha Turner (who simply went by Natasha). This isn't strictly a blues album — most of the tunes don't have a 12-bar blues structure — but because it's so rootsy and down-home, it ended up being placed in blues bins. And, to be sure, you'll find a lot of blues feeling on such earthy offerings as "Open Up the Door," "Wrong Kind of Man" (which Natasha wrote herself), and the Doc Pomus/Dr. John compositions "Tell Me What You're Gonna Do," "Nightbird" and "The Night Is a Hunter." Although its New Orleans influence is hard to miss, this CD was recorded in New York — not the Crescent City — and was produced by Chesky Records founder David Chesky. This isn't a fantastic album, but it's competent and satisfying.