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In The Language of the Blues: From Alcorub to Zuzu, rock musician Debra Devi defines over 150 blues terms like mojo, hoodoo, buffet flat and killing floor with wild stories and fresh insights from her interviews with such blues stars as Hubert Sumlin, Robert Jr. Lockwood, Henry Gray, Little Milton Campbell, Bob Margolin, Jody Williams, Robben Ford, Jimmie Vaughan and more.
The Language of the Blues includes a foreword by Dr. John and is blurbed by Bonnie Raitt, Joe Bonamassa, Jimmy Vivino, Bob Margolin, Hal Willner, Ed Sanders and Ministry singer Al Jourgensen. It received the ASCAP Deems Taylor Award for Outstanding Book on Music.
A Zillion Stars Overhead is "five fiery tracks of searing guitar rock" (NJ.com) with Debra Devi on vocals and guitars; Gov't Mule bassist Jorgen Carlsson, Amfibian drummer John Hummel and keyboardists Rob Clores (Jesse Malin Band) and Peter Vitalone. Produced by Debra Devi, mixed by Sylvia Massy.
Debra Devi jams with Gov't Mule bassist Jorgen Carlsson and Amfibian drummer John Hummel on this collection of "dreamy blues-rockers and blistering psychedelic jams" (Relix). "Five fiery tracks of searing guitar rock that foray into blues, psychedelia and pop." (Jersey Journal)
Tickle your ears with icy bliss. This lush indie-rock cover of "Silent Night" features a reverb-drenched Fender Strat, Mellotron shimmers, and sweetly soaring vocals from Debra Devi. Producer Wayne Dorell adds soulful harmonies and keys to their rendition of this Christmas classic.