Uvee Hayes ‎– In The Mood

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Uvee Hayes has released a brand new CD “In The Mood”, with nine original compositions. The entire CD is a work of genius produced by Tom Tom 84 (Tom Washington), James McKay, Morris Williams and James Cain.
Recorded in Chicago, Memphis and East St. Louis, this is the best of the best of Uvee Hayes.

Uvee Hayes combines her classic blues style with an urban edge, and with deep gripping and captivating lyrics. She has recorded more than nine albums, cassettes and CD’s, with some of the worlds finest musicians, including Tom Tom Washington, Otis Clay, The Emotions, Theresa Davis, Oliver Sain, Stevie Wonder, Luther Ingram, The Phoenix Horns, Keith Doder, John May, Rich McDonough and many others.

She has appeared and performed on shows with Bobby Rush, Tyrone Davis, Ike Turner, Little Milton Campbell, Oliver Sain, Syl Johnson and countless artists and musicians around the country.

Her previous CD, “There’ll Come a Time” was a favorite in St. Louis, Chicago, Kansas City and Columbia, Missouri and in the United Kingdom.

Her range in the interpretation of material is remarkable, destined to reach a wide audience without compromising the stylishness and technique that she has created over the many years that he has been in the music industry.

Uvee understands that the blues have many meanings, and some blues songs often grasp the theme of love or the relationship between a man and a woman and Uvee interprets and delivers them elegantly, with a superb and delicate sense of melody, blending effortlessly and combining with her creative energy. It establishes a very sunny and warm atmosphere for the listener that is concentrated in a positive way.

Uvee Hayes shows an exceptional natural capacity of creative and original work, along with strong individuality and imagination. She is not only unique and innovative, but she excels in vocals and lyrics.

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  • ASIN: B00MVN5D4W

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