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Three years after her debut Immortal (1996), Beth Hart released "Screamin' For My Supper" to great critical acclaim. Beth produced the album herself with help from longtime collaborator and bass player Tal Herzberg, resulting in a mature, fully formed record. "LA Song" made it to a single. With her raw and fragile voice she sings some fantastic up-tempo songs and ballads. It's her more poppy approach, but still with her recognizable sound. Later on she became one of the big names in the female blues-rock and recorded several albums together with blues giant Joe Bonamassa.
Three years after her debut Immortal (1996), Beth Hart released "Screamin' For My Supper" to great critical acclaim. Beth produced the album herself with help from longtime collaborator and bass player Tal Herzberg, resulting in a mature, fully formed record. "LA Song" made it to a single. With her raw and fragile voice she sings some fantastic up-tempo songs and ballads. It's her more poppy approach, but still with her recognizable sound. Later on she became one of the big names in the female blues-rock and recorded several albums together with blues giant Joe Bonamassa.
8718627235881
Beth Hart - Screamin For My Supper (Hol)

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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 07/28/2023
UPC: 8718627235881

Screamin For My Supper (Hol)
Artist: Beth Hart
Format: CD
New: Available $15.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Just a Little Hole
2. Delicious Surprise
3. La Song (Out of This Town)
4. Is That Too Much to Ask
5. By Her
6. Get Your Shit Together
7. Stay
8. G.O.P
9. Skin
10. Girls Say
11. Sky Is Falling
12. Mama
13. Favorite Things

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Three years after her debut Immortal (1996), Beth Hart released "Screamin' For My Supper" to great critical acclaim. Beth produced the album herself with help from longtime collaborator and bass player Tal Herzberg, resulting in a mature, fully formed record. "LA Song" made it to a single. With her raw and fragile voice she sings some fantastic up-tempo songs and ballads. It's her more poppy approach, but still with her recognizable sound. Later on she became one of the big names in the female blues-rock and recorded several albums together with blues giant Joe Bonamassa.
        
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