Sari Schorr - A Force Of Nature FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Blues
Title: A Force Of Nature
Style: Blues Rock, Pop Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1378 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1218 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1922 mb
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Sari schorr & the engine room a force of nature debut album out september 2, 2016. Manhaton Records is pleased to announce the debut album A Force of Nature from one of the most exciting Blues rock singers, Sari Schorr
Manhaton Records is pleased to announce the debut album 'A Force of Nature' from one of the most exciting Blues-Rock singers on today's scene, Sari Schorr.
Complete your Sari Schorr collection. A Force Of Nature (CD, Album). A Force Of Nature (CD, Album, Unofficial). Manhaton Records (2). HATMAN 2044.
Sari Schorr will release her debut album A Force of Nature on September 2. The record includes a Walter Trout-penned track, Work No More, which also features Trout on guitar. New York-based Schorr’s band, The Engine Room, features British guitarist Innes Sibun, who formerly worked with Robert Plant. Schorr says: Something magical happens when we’re on stage together. We’re fuelled further by the audiences’ reaction and everything’s possible.
Sari Schorr is just the sort of powerful and passionate female blues-rock singer that this reporter loves best. She has the power of Joan Jett or Pat Benetar when she rocks out and the passion of Janis Joplin with the subtlety and ability to convey emotion of the great Bessie Smith when she slows it down. She really is, as the title of this album says, A Force of Nature.
Sari Schorr - A Force Of Nature (2016) Work No More feat Innes Sibun, Walter Trout. Sari Schorr Aunt Hazel (''A Force Of Nature'', 2016). Sari Schorr (USA) - A Force Of Nature/2016 Cat And Mouse. Sari Schorr (USA) - A Force Of Nature/2016 Demolition Man. (play). Sari Schorr (USA) - A Force Of Nature/2016 Oklahoma. Sari Schorr - A Force Of Nature (2016) Kiss Me feat Oli Brown.
I don’t necessarily seek out my own new blues discoveries, instead, relying more on what others are recommending, generally through social media. And sure enough, recently, pretty much all the people I know as blues fans kept throwing a name out there: Sari Schorr. Interest already piqued, I grabbed her album, A Force of Nature to make up my own mind. The endorsements are well justified. Whilst she may have her name on the album, Schorr’s working alongside some great guitarists with her mainstays in the shape of Innes Sibun and Quique Bonal work together flawlessly. Alongside them, you have two guests: the great Walter Trout lending his inimitable tones for Work No More and Oli Brown for Damn The Reason (my personal favourite on the album), Oklahoma and Kiss Me.