Ana Popovic – Can You Stand The Heat

Ana Popovic – Can You Stand The Heat

CD Posted on June 27, 2013 at 6 h 40 min
Memphis, Tennessee based Ana Popovic returns with a daring studio record. An album full of 'Old School' funk and bluesy grooves, in the vein of Albert King, Albert Collins and War. Can You Stand The Heat was produced by Tony Coleman (drummer - B. B. King), co-produced by Ana and Grammy Award winner Tommy Sims. With Can You Stand The Heat, Ana Popovic follows up her 2011 two time Music Blues Award nominated album Unconditional, which reached #4 on the Billboard Blues Chart, the top 10 of Amazon's Best Blues Albums and the top 15 of Guitar World's top Blues and Roots Rock albums. Ana Popovic was born in Belgrade, formerly Yugoslavia. She quickly picked up her father's impressive blues and soul record collection, grabbed his guitar and went to work at a young age of 15. Since then, Ana has developed into a phenomenal guitarist/vocalist who tirelessly tours around the world playing major blues, jazz and rock festivals. Ana blends smoking electric funk slide guitar, jazzy instrumentals and tight blues groove with soulful feminine vocals. Her incredible stage presence makes her an irresistible force in the music world.

CD : Can You Stand The Heat

Artist : Ana Popovic

Genre : Blues

Time :
Issue : 01/01/1970
Producer :
Label : Artistexclusive Records
UPC : 0725543003027
Ana Popovic - Can You Stand The Heat
Track List :
  1. Can You Stand The Heat -
  2. Can't You See What You're Doing To Me -
  3. Mo' Better Love -
  4. Object Of Obsession -
  5. Boys' Night Out -
  6. Hot Southern Night (w/Lucky Peterson) -
  7. Every Kind Of People -
  1. Ana's Shuffle -
  2. Blues For Mrs. Pauline/Leave My Boy Alone -
  3. Leave Well Enough Alone AKA High Maintenance You -
  4. Tribe -
  5. Rain Fall Down -
  6. Growing Up Too Soon (Bonus Track) -
  7. Mo' Better Love (w/Tommy Sims -

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Yes she did things a little different this time but the guitar and vocals that are on this album continue to show just how good she really is. ” Allen E. Unruh

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