Ana Popovic

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Widely regarded as one of worlds very best female guitar-players, Ana’s career has been meteoric and shows no signs of slowing down! The 5x Blues Music Awards nominee blends smoking electric funk slide guitar, jazzy instrumentals and tight blues groove with soulful feminine vocals.

As far as female guitarists goes, Ana is up there among my absolute favourites. Her music, as well as her guitar playing, has evolved over the years, from blues to a mix of blues, jazz, sould and funk.

Discography:

With Hush:
Hometown (1998)

Solo:
Hush! (2000)
Comfort to the Soul (2003)
Still Making History (2007)
Blind for Love (2009)
Unconditional (2011)
Can You Stand The Heat (2013)
Blue Room (2015)
Trilogy (2016)

Live albums:
Ana! (2005)
An evening at Trasimeno Lake (2010)

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She's about to release a new triple album called Trilogy:

With TRILOGY (out May 20, 2016) Ana will release albums that comprise of twenty-three blues, jazz, and funk tunes. TRILOGY is produced by Grammy Award winner Warren Riker (Lauryn Hill, Carlos Santana), Grammy Award winner Tom Hambridge (Buddy Guy) and Delfeayo Marsalis, one of the top trombonists, composers and producers in jazz today. Guest appearances include Joe Bonamassa, Robert Randolph, Bernard Purdie (The Purdie Shuffle), Cody Dickinson (North Mississippi Allstars), rapper Al Capone and many others.

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Tracklist

[CD1]
1. Love You Tonight
2. She Was A Doorman
3. Show You How Strong You Are
4. Fencewalk
5. Train
6. If Tomorrow Was Today
7. Long Road Down
8. Hook Me Up
9. Too Late

[CD2]
1. You Got The Love
2. Johnnie Ray
3. Woman To Love
4. Let’s Do It Again
5. Who’s Yo’ Mama?
6. Wasted
7. Crying For Me

[CD3]
1. New Coat Of Paint
2. Waiting On You
3. In A Sentimental Mood
4. Old Country
5. Waiting On You (Double-Time Swing)
6. Heaven’s Crying Aka: Song For The Next Generation
7. You Don’t Know What Love Is


Here's a couple of tracks from the upcoming album*:

Ana Popovic Premieres New Song, "She Was a Doorman" | Guitar World

https://soundcloud.com/user-681538898

*I'll replace those two links Youtube links, as soon as they become available.

And Ana covering Stevie Ray Vaughan



More Ana info:

Official website: Ana Popovic - The Official Site - Home

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AnaPopovicMusic

@joker1961 :D
 

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Widely regarded as one of worlds very best female guitar-players, Ana’s career has been meteoric and shows no signs of slowing down! The 5x Blues Music Awards nominee blends smoking electric funk slide guitar, jazzy instrumentals and tight blues groove with soulful feminine vocals.

As far as female guitarists goes, Ana is up there among my absolute favourites. Her music, as well as her guitar playing, has evolved over the years, from blues to a mix of blues, jazz, sould and funk.

Discography:

With Hush:
Hometown (1998)

Solo:
Hush! (2000)
Comfort to the Soul (2003)
Still Making History (2007)
Blind for Love (2009)
Unconditional (2011)
Can You Stand The Heat (2013)
Blue Room (2015)
Trilogy (2016)

Live albums:
Ana! (2005)
An evening at Trasimeno Lake (2010)

You must be registered for see images attach


She's about to release a new triple album called Trilogy:

With TRILOGY (out May 20, 2016) Ana will release albums that comprise of twenty-three blues, jazz, and funk tunes. TRILOGY is produced by Grammy Award winner Warren Riker (Lauryn Hill, Carlos Santana), Grammy Award winner Tom Hambridge (Buddy Guy) and Delfeayo Marsalis, one of the top trombonists, composers and producers in jazz today. Guest appearances include Joe Bonamassa, Robert Randolph, Bernard Purdie (The Purdie Shuffle), Cody Dickinson (North Mississippi Allstars), rapper Al Capone and many others.

You must be registered for see images attach


Tracklist

[CD1]
1. Love You Tonight
2. She Was A Doorman
3. Show You How Strong You Are
4. Fencewalk
5. Train
6. If Tomorrow Was Today
7. Long Road Down
8. Hook Me Up
9. Too Late

[CD2]
1. You Got The Love
2. Johnnie Ray
3. Woman To Love
4. Let’s Do It Again
5. Who’s Yo’ Mama?
6. Wasted
7. Crying For Me

[CD3]
1. New Coat Of Paint
2. Waiting On You
3. In A Sentimental Mood
4. Old Country
5. Waiting On You (Double-Time Swing)
6. Heaven’s Crying Aka: Song For The Next Generation
7. You Don’t Know What Love Is


Here's a couple of tracks from the upcoming album*:

Ana Popovic Premieres New Song, "She Was a Doorman" | Guitar World

https://soundcloud.com/user-681538898

*I'll replace those two links Youtube links, as soon as they become available.

And Ana covering Stevie Ray Vaughan



More Ana info:

Official website: Ana Popovic - The Official Site - Home

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AnaPopovicMusic

@joker1961 :D

dude I`ll be finding some of Ana Popovic...:omg: :oyea::bow::grinthumb
 

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A new one for me......

She seems to be in the vein of SRV & KWS....and very similar to Samantha Fish....gritty boogie blues. I like!

Which album to begin with?
 

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A new one for me......

She seems to be in the vein of SRV & KWS....and very similar to Samantha Fish....gritty boogie blues. I like!

Which album to begin with?

Oh you like Samantha Fish? That's great. I'm always pleasantly surprised when someone mentions her. I'm a big fan of hers.

As for an album to start with, I don't think she has one album which overshadows everything else, they are all solid, so I'd probably start with her first solo album and take it from there.
 

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Oh you like Samantha Fish? That's great. I'm always pleasantly surprised when someone mentions her. I'm a big fan of hers.

As for an album to start with, I don't think she has one album which overshadows everything else, they are all solid, so I'd probably start with her first solo album and take it from there.

well I`ll do that to, how about Samantha Fish????:oyea::bow:
 

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