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Stacy Jones (from the album World on Fire available as a self-release) (by Danny McCloskey)
A gnarly Blues guitar riff and harmonica blast kicks down the door when Stacy Jones cruises “Jefferson Way” as an album opener for World on Fire, her recent release. Powerhouse vocals and harmonica skills have garnered Stacy multiple Blues music award nominations as she grew a career, World on Fire celebrating two decades behind the microphone and fronting the band for the Seattle, Washington-based singer. Staccato foot-stomps and smooth Soul chord chops are the foundation for Stacy Jones to stand tall and proclaim “Everything is Going to Be Alright”. Rambling piano notes and warm organ notes stir the stew for “Insane Asylum”, the male/female duet in the song a vehicle for Stacy Jones to stand up and shout. Vocal control and an easy command of the songs provide a similar platform as Stacy takes center stage for World on Fire.
Acoustic notes are the wake-up signal for “Sunday Morning” as World on Fire remembers the sad tale of “George Stinney”, whispers a melody for the slow, steamy confessions of “Love Me Just the Way I Am”, and offers up sweet harmonica-driven honky tonk Soul for “Juke”. Stacy Jones dresses her characters with emotional flesh and blood through her voice. Over a train-track beat, Stacy Jones voices her dreams in the World on Fire title track, stretches out over a chugging rhythm to tell of “Midnight in Harlem”, puts an uptown Saturday groove underneath Aretha Franklin’s “Think”, and bids goodbye to the album, baring her soul in the storyline in “With Music on Your Side”. (by Danny McCloskey)
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