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Beth Hart (Official Thread)

Discussion in '90's Music' started by Soot and Stars, May 4, 2010.

  1. Sharp Dressed Man

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    Here's a new mini documentary about "Leave The Light On " from "Top 2000 a gogo" (Dutch TV show):

     
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    Oh man, 2018 is turning into a great year for fans of Beth Hart. The new Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa album "Black Coffee" only just came out and now Beth has announced a brand new live CD+DVD package (Not sure why there's no vinyl... sure hope it comes later.

    "FRONT AND CENTER - LIVE FROM NEW WORK" - OUT ON APRIL 13, 2018 (Just a few days after the new Blackberry Smoke album drops - April is going to be huge! :bow:).

    Tracklisting:

    CD:
    01 Let's Get Together
    02 Baddest Blues
    03 Jazz Man
    04 Delicious Surprise
    05 Broken And Ugly
    06 Saint Teresa
    07 Isolation
    08 Tell Her You Belong To Me
    09 Fat Man
    10 Love Gangster
    11 Leave The Light On
    12 As Long As I Have A Song
    13 Can't Let Go Sonny
    14 For My Friends
    15 No Place Like Home

    DVD:
    01 Let's Get Together
    02 Baddest Blues
    03 Jazz Man
    04 Delicious Surprise
    05 St. Teresa
    06 Tell Her You Belong To Me
    07 Fat Man
    08 Leave The Light On
    09 Can't Let Go
    10 As Long As I Have A Song

    Audio: PCM 2.0 / DD 5.1

    Bonus features: Full band Bonus Content (Love Gangster - Broken And Ugly - For My Friends)
    * Acoustic Bonus Content (Isolation – My California- No Place Like Home)
    * Beth Hart Interview

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    Here's a track from the CD/DVD:



    :bow::bow::bow::bow::bow::bow:
     
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    I don't think I've ever really listened to anything of hers, other than a few songs with Joe Bonamassa. When I have some more free time, I'll have to check out some of the songs posted here.
     
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    you`ll have a ball dude
     
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    :woot::woot::woot::woot::woot::woot:sure is dude
     
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    I checked out a number of different vids on youtube. Found a few things in my searches through this thread as well as youtube. It seems that someone has some lawyers working overtime taking down some of her vids, but certainly not all of them.


    Ok, on to the songs that I listened to. I didn't write them all down, but I will say that I found some of the cover tunes pretty cool. The stuff in her early career sounds FAR different than the stuff from the last 10 years. In the last 10 or more years, she really seems to be channeling her inner Janis Joplin. You can definitely get some of what I'm talking about in this rendition of I Don't Need No Doctor.



    I'm not sure if she's paying homage to the Humble Pie version of this song, or if she's paying more homage to the W.A.S.P. version which is similar but harder than the original. Either way, I thought that this was pretty cool.

    Actually, a bunch of the songs that I saw from the Amsterdam 2004 show were pretty cool.

    :)
     
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    I'm slowly becoming a Beth convert. Certainly a fantastic singer. I've got the two collaborations with Joe Bonamassa (Black Coffee to come), and two of her solo albums, chosen randomly, but haven't sat and listened all the way through yet. But I like most of what comes up in my mixes, especially the stuff with Joe. Also got a live DVD of Beth and Joe, which is very impressive.
     
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    No lady today can sing with Beth's passion...she took up Janis Joplin's legacy and is keeping it alive!!
     
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    Hearing Beth Hart's name quite a bit lately on here and nearly bought the Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa cd a few days ago?.

    The song 'Black Coffee' is that the same song that Stevie Marriott of Humble Pie once covered back in the 1970s?.

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    Yes, it is the same song. Originally by Ike and Tina Turner. Rival Sons also covered the song on their most recent album "Hollow Bones"
     

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