Album Review

Finally, an album truly worth taking with you

Katie Knipp - Take it With You

This review was previously published on Indie Voice Blog.

Artist Name:  Katie Knipp

Album Name:  Take it With You

Label:  Self-released

Genre:  Blues

Track Listing:  1.  Ya Make it Hard to Sing the Blues; 2.  I Don’t Sing for You; 3.  Letters; 4.  Metro in Paris; 5.  I Will Stick Around; 6.  Come Back; 7.  Get Outta my Dream; 8.  Santa Cruz Blues; 9.  Another Round; 10.  Last Man Out

Publicist:  ABIK Radio Promotions

Review:  Katie Knipp has the voice of Janis Joplin and the power of Aretha Franklin, combined with a killer group of musicians that know how to rock.  Her version of blues is raw and gritty, and she’s comfortable with a myriad of musical influences in her underlying soundtrack.  The heavy use of resonator guitar on the first track and a climatic bass line on the second track announce to the world that this lady can sing any style she wants.  There isn’t a weak track on the album, and quite frankly, this one is the perfect candidate for the repeat button.  Just like the title suggests, you'll want to take this one with you.

Recommendation:  You need this one in your collection, so go out and Get it.