Cindy Bullens :: Howling Trains and Barking Dogs


In 1990 reisde Cindy Bullens naar Nashville. Daar schreef ze handenvol liedjes met collega’s. De Dixie Chicks putten daar uit en het leverde Radney Foster een grote hit op met Labor Of Love. Nu heeft Bullens, die een fenomenale stem  heeft, de nummers uit die tijd opgenomen. Howling Trains And Barking Dogs is rootsy pop en rock met voor haar doen opvallend veel country-invloeden. En een geweldige versie van Labor Of Love.
Two-time Grammy nominee CINDY BULLENS began her music career touring with Elton John and in the studio with mega-hit songwriter/producer Bob Crewe.  In 1979 she released her debut solo album Desire Wire (United Artists) and scored a breakthrough hit with her song “Survivor”, garnering a Grammy nomination for Best Rock Vocal Performance.  The year prior, she was nominated for a Grammy for her three lead vocals as part of the Grease movie soundtrack album.

In the 1980s, Cindy released two more critically acclaimed albums Steal The Night (Casablanca) and Cindy Bullens (MCA),  while largely setting aside her musical pursuits to raise her children. I  n the mid 90s, Cindy began spending time in Nashville, writing with the hottest young songwriters such as Radney Foster, with whom she penned the hit Country song, “Hammer and Nails.”   Such diverse artists as Texas blues diva Sarah Brown, New Orleans soul queen Irma Thomas, and pop-country superstars the Dixie Chicks have all recorded Cindy’s songs.

1. Love Gone Good
2. Can’t Stop This Train
3. In A Perfect World
4. Labor Of Love
5. All My Angels
6. Whistles & Bells
7. I Didn’t Know
8. Everywhere And Nowhere
9. Let Jesus Do The Talking
10. The Misty Hills Of Tennessee
11. Good At Being Gone 
Cindy Bullens Howling Trains and Barkin Dogs BIO _ Blue Rose  


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