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Index of Artists

Deanna Bogart

Just A Wish Away…

Just A Wish Away…
BPCD 5159
Genre: Blues
Released: 24 June 2014

Deanna Bogart, award-winning multi-instrumentalist, broadens her horizons further on "Just A Wish Away…" her newest release. Over a single year Bogart took a personal and musical transitional journey, travelling from Chesapeake Bay to Nashville, from the deserts of Southern California to deep in the Louisiana bayou, where this release was recorded.

"Just A Wish Away…" features some of Bogart's strongest songwriting to date, evoking the excitement of new possibilities tinged with a hint of wistful melancholy at what is left behind. There's the locomotion of "If It's Gonna Be Like This," the tender and surprising "Back and Forth Kid" and the sultry, horn-driven "Collarbone." Throughout Bogart's signature cut-above song-writing demonstrates the diverse dialects of her musical fluency.

Bogart, joined by producer Joe Michaels, creates a band of world class players: Marty Rifkin (Bruce Springsteen), Bonerama Homs (Harry Connick Jr.), Charlie Wooton (Royal Southern Brotherhood), Scott Ambush (Spyro Gyra), Cris Jacobs (The Bridge), Terrence Houston (George Porter), Derwin "Big D" Perkins (Jon Cleary), and more. Together they produce a swinging, funky groove well-suited to the genre defying breadth of Bogart's songs.

  1. If It’s Gonna Be Like This (3:20)
  2. Fine By Me Good Bayou (3:56)
  3. If You Have Crying Eyes (5:37)
  4. Back And Forth Kid (3:58)
  5. Collarbone (4:30)
  6. Tightrope (4:01)
  7. What Is Love Supposed To Do (3:52)
  8. Maybe I Won’t (4:07)
  9. Conversing With Lincoln (4:42)
  10. Hot Fun In The Summertime (4:06)
  11. Bye Bye Blackbird (3:31)

Pianoland

Pianoland
BPCD 5148
Genre: Blues
Released: 23 October 2012

"In art, as in life, you can’t have magic if you’re not willing to risk the train wrecks," says multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and songwriter, Deanna Bogart. And on Pianoland she took a risk and produced something unique in her recorded work; here is an album that spotlights her considerable skills as a solo performer.

Comprising instrumentals and vocal tracks, her own sparkling compositions, and well-chosen covers by the likes of Errol Garner and Harold Arlen, all arranged in sparse solo and small group settings, Bogart’s risk has conjured pure musical magic.

Bogart has received numerous awards recognising her dazzling keyboards, soulful saxophone and smoky vocals. She’s jammed with Tommy Castro and Magic Dick, and played on stage with BB King, Buddy Guy and James Brown.

  1. In The Rain (4:08)
  2. On And On And (4:05)
  3. Boogie Woogie Boogie (3:08)
  4. Couldn’t Love You More (3:22)
  5. Where The Well Never Runs Dry (3:57)
  6. I Love The Life I Live (2:34)
  7. Death Ray Boogie (2:21)
  8. Over The Rainbow (2:49)
  9. Pianoland (7:08)
  10. Blues At 11 (2:28)
  11. Close Your Eyes (4:19)

Real Time

Real Time
BPCD 5107
Genre: Blues
Released: 10 October 2006
  1. Real Time
  2. Everybody Has A Story
  3. Blue By Night
  4. Are You Lonely For Me Baby
  5. Blues In The 'bine
  6. Baby You Got What It Takes
  7. Tender Days
  8. Bite The Bullet
  9. Wonder What The Weather Is Today
  10. Table For Three

Bare Blues

Bare Blues
BPCD 8005
Genre: Blues
Released: 2 March 2004
  1. Eddie C. Campbell - Hey The Blues Is All Right (2:31)
  2. Charlie Musselwhite - Chicago Sunset (3:37)
  3. Deanna Bogart & Danny Gatton - Ethel's Place (3:55)
  4. Bill Perry - Morning Spiritual (3:51)
  5. Chris Cain - Gin & Soda (4:13)
  6. Mr. B & J.C. Heard - Little Brother (4:23)
  7. Chubby Carrier & The Bayou Swamp Band - Luziana Feelin' (4:20)
  8. Magic Slim & The Teardrops - Black Tornado (2:54)
  9. Tommy Castro - Hycodan (4:31)
  10. Willie "Big Eyes" Smith & Kim Wilson - WSKW Special (3:35)
  11. Mitch Woods & His Rocket 88's - Bonin' (3:51)
  12. Bob Margolin - Consolation (3:30)
  13. Nick Curran & The Nitelifes - Stompin' At The Fort (2:35)
  14. Chicago Rhythm & Blues King - Mo-Too-Do-Loo (4:28)
  15. Walter Horton - Skip It (2:50)