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"Andra Faye was a member of Saffire - The Uppity Blues Women from 1992 until their retirement in 2009, and has earned a sterling reputation for her multi-stringed versatility, especially for blues mandolin. She was dubbed "First Lady of the Blues Mandolin" by Mandolin Magazine in 2013. Her world-class vocals are power packed, with a playful sensuality that perfectly matches the humor and heartache of her material. Scott Ballantine's facility on guitar encompasses Jazz, Blues, Rock & Country. His guitar chops are finely honed by many years of playing and his phrasing is exquisite, almost vocal like in quality. His plucks, slides, bends and vibrato are fluid; Scott doesn't drive a song as much as he floats it all downstream. COULDA WOULDA SHOULDA, the duo's second album together, serves up a baker's dozen of tasty tracks, including eight originals that flow effortlessly on a river of sultry ache and bawdy humor. Enjoy"... Bill Stagg, Music Promoter (from the liner notes).
1) Walkin' Home to You
2) Crackheaded Man
3) It's a New Day
4) Take It Slow
5) Blues for a Crappy Day
6) Too Much Butt (For One Pair of Jeans)
7) One Dream at a Time
8) Coulda Woulda Shoulda
9) Standing in the Need of Prayer
10) Workin' Mama Is Gone
11) Feels Like Rain
12) When You Gonna Stop Your Drinkin'?