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Tempered in Fire

Lisa Mills

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Mobile Bay, Alabama native Lisa Mills spent three years touring as a replacement for Janis Joplin in a latter-day version of Big Brother & the Holding Company, which should tell you a lot about her approach to singing. Possessed of a strong alto, she is the embodiment of Southern blue-eyed soul, shouting and wailing in ways that add a raspy tone to her voice. On Tempered in Fire, however, she is spiritually coming from Memphis, Tennessee, not San Francisco, even if the album was recorded in Great Britain. Fronting a trio consisting of veteran British guitarist Andy Fairweather Low, bassist Ian Jennings, and drummer Eric Heigle, she ranges from the boogying rockabilly of "I'll Never Fall in Love Again" (a song by George Borowski, not the Bacharach/David standard) to the slow, torchy ballad "My Happy Song." Wet Willie's 1974 Top Ten hit "Keep on Smilin'" gets a faithful treatment as a prime example of Southern rock, while "Why Do I Still Love You?" (written by Mills and her band) sounds like it could have been cut in the Stax studio in the mid-'60s. Instrumentally, Fairweather Low is the secret weapon in this music, practically deserving a co-headliner credit, especially when he and Mills are the only performers, notably on the cover of Otis Redding's "These Arms of Mine." Mills has concentrated on Europe, particularly the U.K., where Tempered in Fire was released initially in 2010. But audiences in her native country deserve a chance to hear her, especially if they are fans of soulful ‘60s rock. ~ William Ruhlmann

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Tennessee Tears 00:04:29

Lisa Mills, MainArtist

(C) 2010 Lisa Mills (P) 2011 Mills Bluz

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Keep on Smiling 00:06:05

Lisa Mills, MainArtist - Unichappell Music Inc, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Lisa Mills (P) 2011 Mills Bluz

3
Blue Guitars of Texas 00:06:04

Lisa Mills, MainArtist

(C) 2010 Lisa Mills (P) 2011 Mills Bluz

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I'll Never Fall in Love Again 00:02:43

Lisa Mills, MainArtist

(C) 2010 Lisa Mills (P) 2011 Mills Bluz

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Tempered in Fire 00:05:32

Lisa Mills, MainArtist - Flambay Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Lisa Mills (P) 2011 Mills Bluz

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Why Do I Still Love You? 00:03:44

Lisa Mills, MainArtist - Really 'n Truly Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Lisa Mills (P) 2011 Mills Bluz

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My Happy Song 00:04:03

Lisa Mills, MainArtist - Hoy Lindsey Music, MusicPublisher - Really 'n Truly Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Lisa Mills (P) 2011 Mills Bluz

8
These Arms of Mine 00:03:25

Lisa Mills, MainArtist - Irving Music, Inc., E.M. Regent Music Corp., MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Lisa Mills (P) 2011 Mills Bluz

9
Countryside of Life 00:06:54

Lisa Mills, MainArtist - Unichappell Music Inc, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Lisa Mills (P) 2011 Mills Bluz

10
Someone Very Close 00:06:27

Lisa Mills, MainArtist - Maxwood Music Ltd., MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Lisa Mills (P) 2011 Mills Bluz

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Mobile Bay, Alabama native Lisa Mills spent three years touring as a replacement for Janis Joplin in a latter-day version of Big Brother & the Holding Company, which should tell you a lot about her approach to singing. Possessed of a strong alto, she is the embodiment of Southern blue-eyed soul, shouting and wailing in ways that add a raspy tone to her voice. On Tempered in Fire, however, she is spiritually coming from Memphis, Tennessee, not San Francisco, even if the album was recorded in Great Britain. Fronting a trio consisting of veteran British guitarist Andy Fairweather Low, bassist Ian Jennings, and drummer Eric Heigle, she ranges from the boogying rockabilly of "I'll Never Fall in Love Again" (a song by George Borowski, not the Bacharach/David standard) to the slow, torchy ballad "My Happy Song." Wet Willie's 1974 Top Ten hit "Keep on Smilin'" gets a faithful treatment as a prime example of Southern rock, while "Why Do I Still Love You?" (written by Mills and her band) sounds like it could have been cut in the Stax studio in the mid-'60s. Instrumentally, Fairweather Low is the secret weapon in this music, practically deserving a co-headliner credit, especially when he and Mills are the only performers, notably on the cover of Otis Redding's "These Arms of Mine." Mills has concentrated on Europe, particularly the U.K., where Tempered in Fire was released initially in 2010. But audiences in her native country deserve a chance to hear her, especially if they are fans of soulful ‘60s rock. ~ William Ruhlmann

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