January 3, 2013

Ana Popovic - Live in Tacoma 2011

Soundaboard got the blues with Ana Popovic, shared by The rippin' Frog.

Ana Popovic - Live in Tacoma 2011

Venue: Live at Jazzbones, Tacoma

Recorded: July 31st, 2011

13 May 1976 - Ana Popovic is born in the old town of Belgrade, formerly Yugoslavia, the first daughter of Milutin and Vesna Popovic. Five years later their second daughter, Maja, is born. Ana grows up in a warm and loving family where music is very important. Her father Milutin is a creditable guitar / bass player, always inviting friends for nightly jam sessions. In this atmosphere Ana grows up, often listening to her father's impressive blues and soul record collection. Finally, at 15, Ana picks up her father's guitar.
If you're not a blues purist, you'll love the fiery, passionate playing and singing of Yugoslavian blues-rock guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Ana Popovic. Thanks to her father, the Belgrade-raised Popovic was introduced to the blues at an early age, through his wide-ranging record collection and jam sessions hosted at the Popovic home.
Born on May 13, 1976, Popovic took up guitar when she was a teenager and formed her first band, Hush, in 1995. Within a year, with the collapse of Communism in Eastern Europe, she was playing blues festivals in Greece and Hungary and working as an opening act for American blues masters, including Junior Wells.

Disc One
01 Intro
02 Instrumental Band - Work Song
03 unknown title
04 How'd You Learn To Shake It Like That
05 Recall The Days
06 You Don't Move Me
07 Change My Mind
08 Navajo Moon

Disc Two
01 Do I Ever Cross Your Mind
02 Love Fever
03 Sittin' On Top Of The World
04 Count Me In
05 Unconditional
06 Steal Me Away
07 Long Way Home
08 Sittin' on Top of The World
09 Hold On
10 House Burnin' Down



Tinman said...

Is it possible to get a re-up?

AtticRock said...

It's working now!