"Unfinished Business" (Blue Door Records), the new album by Victoria Ginty (Release Date: Friday, May 4) captures the vocalist's unique, soulful blues style. Recorded at GCR Audio Studios in Buffalo, the eleven tracks (eight originals) on Unfinished Business also fuse R&B, Soul, and Americana, sure to please the palette of the most avid music connoisseurs.
"Unfinished Business" (V. Ginty/M. Ivey): Raucous, barrelhouse blues tune where she spots the guy she's met before but never gone further than a kiss goodnight. She's ready to take it further with him because she's got...Unfinished Business. Fun and flirtatious.
"Take Me Down" (V. Ginty/M. Ivey): Opens like an old-fashioned outdoor Baptism service, Whoa Ohh chant, with Ginty's "testifying" Acapella, then shifts into a funky, upbeat Gospel feel as Victoria sings about growing up scared, realizing she needs redemption from her sins.
"Hard To Move On" (V. Ginty/M. Ivey/G. Lougen): Easy-rolling song about the regret of a breakup where she let him go, but can't seem to move on. A melancholy realization it's time to move on.
"You Don't Love Me No More" (V. Ginty/M. Ivey): Expresses the frustration and anger a woman feels when her emotional needs are not being met by her significant other.