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A1 Mud,Money 4:28
A2 The Dirty Truth 3:16
A3 Wicked Soul 4:19
A4 Fool In Love 4:04
A5 Wrecking Ball 3:32
B1 Tried , Tested & True 5:01
B2 Outlaw Angel 4:22
B3 Shiver & Sigh 5:08
B4 Struck Down 4:29
B5 Feels Like Home 3:20

British blues rock guitarist Joanne Shaw Taylor returns to UK shores with a Nationwide UK Tour in November 2014, which follows hot on the heels of her fourth new studio album, �The Dirty Truth�, which is currently being recorded in Memphis. The tour kicks off at the Norwich Epic on 1st November and other UK including Sheffield, Leeds, Cardiff, Birmingham, London, Cornwall, and many more. The new album, �The Dirty Truth�, is released in the UK on Monday 22nd September on Joanne�s boutique label Axehouse Records. Joanne will be reunited with Jim Gaines who produced her 2008 debut album White Sugar. �I wanted to go back into the studio in Memphis with Jim to retain the same vibe that we captured on the first album,� says Joanne. �The new album is a combination of rock and blues, and I think it�s going to be an exciting collaboration, and hopefully, my fans will love the rockier edge.� The forthcoming album and UK tour follows 2013�s critically acclaimed Songs From The Road; a live album energized with soul power, blues savvy and rock roots. In May 2013, when Joanne originally performed an intimate concert at London�s Borderline, The Blues magazine wrote, �Joanne slips from bursts of muscular rhythm to searing riffs rooted in the blues but not dominated by it� JST bristles with self-confidence, energy and excitement.� In 2013 during an in-depth interview, The Blues magazine asked Joanne if she was having fun playing live. �How can you not enjoy that job?� she responded. �I get on stage, turn my guitar up really loud and I shout in the microphone for two hours. It�s like the best therapy in the world.� In November 2013, TV presenter Malcolm Gerrie said the following about Joanne in the Sunday Times � �Who said white gals can�t play the blues? Killer licks, soaring solos and heart-wrenching vocals.�A Brummie blues singer? Yes, really,� wrote the Sunday Telegraph about Joanne last November. �Joanne Shaw Taylor has enough soul to compete with the best the Mississippi Delta has to offer.�