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Stockport To Memphis

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Change Is Gonna Come

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River

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Old Man

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New Life

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Urban Fox

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She's (He's) Not There

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Fisherman's Blues

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Lay Lady Lay

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Sunset To Break Your Heart

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Till My Broken Heart Begins To Mend

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Lost On The River

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Way Down In The Hole

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Stockport To Memphis

Barb Jungr

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Total Playing Time 54 minutes

Barb Jungr has never been to Memphis. But as a teenage girl in 1960s Stockport, she nurtured a longing for what it represented; the sweet soul music she danced to in clubs at night, and its sense of a bigger, more beautiful world than the northern industrial town she couldn't wait to leave. StM is a metaphorical journey, not just Barb's own route through life but that of others, including her own parents' escape to the UK from war-torn Europe. More >>

Produced by Simon Wallace

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Wall Street Journal
"Every singer in New York could learn from her"


The Times
4 Stars
"emotionally intense... Spell-binding"


Huffington Post
"sometimes sweet, sometimes fervent... devotion to the Memphis sound"


Mojo
3 Stars
"spirited... covered classics"
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Daily Telegraph
3 Stars
"wonderfully earthy... touching"
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Daily Telegraph
“gutsy, soulful and occasionally devastating”


The Independent Radar
“a spiritual pilgrimage in song mixing works from her favourite artists with new original material…great”


Rock 'N' Reel
"emoting lyric driven tunes"


Record Collector
3 Stars
"Barb Jungr at her spellbinding best... irresistible"
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Jazzwise
"rather fine... with an intriguing twist"
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Westmorland Gazette
"England's very own Dusty Springfield"


Thirsk Weekly News
" A cheery classic"


Exposed Magazine
"velvety vocals... harmonious"


All About Jazz
"autobiographical... exquisitely nostalgic... atmospheric"
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insidecabaret.com
"brilliantly crafted and deeply personal"


AAA Music
4 Stars
"integrity... with a gentle classiness"
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Sunday Times
"typically intelligent"
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indielondon.co.uk
4 Stars
"another gem of an LP"
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The Crack magazine
"Cabaret stuff, in the best sense of the word"


Sunday Mercury
"significant new direction for Barb because she has included five self-penned numbers in the setlist – and very good they prove to be"


Produced, recorded and mixed by Simon Wallace at Underhill Studios, London, UK
Mastered by Ben Turner at Finesplice Mastering, Middlesex, UK
Arranged by Barb Jungr, Simon Wallace and Jenny Carr

Photography by Emily Dennison (emilydennison.co.uk)

Line Up:

Barb Jungr - vocals, harmonica and backing vocals
Simon Wallace - piano and Hammond organ
Jenny Carr - piano on ‘Old Man'
Rod Youngs - drums
Neville Malcolm - double bass
Natalie Rozario - cello
Mari Wilson - backing vocals
Ian Shaw - backing vocals
Sarah Moule - backing vocals
Gary Hammond - percussion
Mark Armstrong - trumpet
Roddy Matthews - guitar on ‘Stockport To Memphis'

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