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Just Won't Burn
Just Won't Burn

Just Won't Burn

Product ID : 6574038


Galleon Product ID 6574038
UPC / ISBN 699675110925
Shipping Weight 0.18 lbs
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Shipping Dimension 5.55 x 4.96 x 0.55 inches
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Number Of Discs 1
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 2003-06-10
Release Date 1998-02-10
UPC 734047116423
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  • Susan Tedeschi- Just Won't Burn


About Just Won't Burn

Amazon.com A Boston native now living in Atlanta, Sue Tedeschi gets wildly overpraised by some purported blues pundits and gratuitously slammed by others. The truth lies somewhere in between. She's an earnest but undistinguished singer and a functional songwriter-guitarist whose music provides mild entertainment. On an album that veers between blues-slanted material (try "Friar's Point") and bluesy pop-rock (take your pick), she carries on with élan but none of the finesse or emotional clarity of a big-league singer like Joan Osborne or Bonnie Raitt. Tedeschi's cover of John Prine's "Angel from Montgomery," alas, is her blatant imitation of the famous redhead but it is light years away from Raitt's persuasive capacity for interpreting lyrics. The most alluring track is "Can't Leave You Alone," written by Tedeschi band member Adrienne Hayes, who unleashes a stirring little guitar solo therein. --Frank-John Hadley Review [O]n some tracks, the songwriting ... is too predictable. Although [Tedeschi's] guitar playing is a focal point of the disc, her solos are generally unremarkable (or worse) and versatile in all the wrong ways.... With no pretensions of being a slide guitar wizard or a raunchy blues belter, Susan Tedeschi is at a disadvantage, and much of Just Won't Burn finds her fumbling around for a singing style and an instrumental vocabulary that suit her talents. -- Living Blues