"A Real Good Woman" is the Traditional Blues album by Bongo Boy Records Blues Singer and  Songwriter  Sheba The Mississippi Queen . Born in 1953, her life began in the cotton fields of Mississippi; this album takes the listener on a journey from there and then to her current life as a performing and recording artist and spiritual teacher. 
Sheba's rich story telling lyrics covers  black history and culture in the South , her life onstage and in the studio  singing the Blues , and her time in  Atlanta and New York City as a "working girl".
An efficient way to learn more about Sheba, please listen to 
"Blues On My Soul" which is the story about The Blues by Sheba The Mississippi Queen.
 Track No. 11 on the album  Enjoy Blues On My Soul Here


When you hear Sheba's voice, you hear the influences of  Billy Holiday, Etta JamesTina Turner, Aretha, and Big Mama Thornton.   The music off her CD, "A Real Good Women", takes you back to the times of sawdust on the floor, where you bump and grind all night long. 
Drawing from her life experience from hurt and pain, she wrote all the songs on this CD. If you like it fast and hot she will hit you with "Dance Jump Shout", "Hey Girlfriend", or "Ms Good-n-Plenty". If you like it nice and slow, she can do some "Good Good Loving" and "Big Man". 

"A Real Good Woman" the book written by Sheba is available on Amazon and will be released as audio book in 2019.
what is the bottom line: The bottom line is this. Sheba has had an arduous life. She also has an incredible voice which she uses to sing about events and emotions she has felt at different points of her life. Fortunately, she has found a group of musicians with whom she blends. Each of the players on this album is very good. This comes across as a very cohesive unit of highly talented people who make very powerful music. 
I give Sheba's album "A Real Good Woman"
 5 out of 5 scowls on the Grouch scale.  - The Grouch
"'A Real Good Woman,' the story of the birth of the blues in the heart and soul of a real good woman."   -
Rev. Prentiss John Davis, Unity of Ocala 
"Raw, honest, heart-breaking. Here is an open and honest account of the struggles of an African-American woman and what she went through to escape the cotton fields of Sunflower, Mississippi in the '60s to become the spiritual woman she is today." 
Shirley Long, Unity of Ocala, Administrative Assistant to Senior Minister
MUSICIANS on the album
George "Chocolate" Perry Strings, Bass, Drums, Horns
Michael "The Dog" Gauthier Keyboard, Strings, Horns
Warren "Roach" Thompson - Guitar
Chuck Juntzman - Slide Guitar 
Thank You For Your Consideration - Sheba The Mississippi Queen 
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Release Date: 11.1.17 | #Blues /  #R&B | UPC: 708744975171 
Label: Bongo Boy Records | W O R L D W I D E
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