Blind for Love

Blind for Love is Ana Popović‘s fourth studio album, released in Europe on July 17, 2009,[6] and in the US on July 21, 2009[7] on Eclecto Groove Records. The album was co-produced by Mark Dearnley, and featured members of her touring band along with members of the Phantom Blues Band.[4] The album has only one song that is not written or co-written by Popović, “Need Your Love” by Dion Murdock, which comes out more as a rocker than a blues song. The album mixes up genres, mainly blues but branches out to rock, jazz, and funk.[8][9] Two of the songs on the album focus on her family, “Blues for M” is for her man, and “Part of Me” is for her son.[10]

2009 studio album by Ana Popović
Blind for Love
Studio album by

Released July 17, 2009
Recorded March and April, 2009[1]
Genre Electric blues, blues rock,[2]jazz, funk, gospel[3][4]
Length 44:55[2]
Label Eclecto Groove Records[5]
Producer Randy Chortkoff (executive producer), Robert Fitzpatrick (executive producer), Mark Dearnley, Ana Popović, Tony Braunagel
Ana Popović chronology
Still Making History
(2007)
Blind for Love
(2009)
An evening at Trasimeno Lake
(2010)

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No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “Nothing Personal” Ana Popović, Mark van Meurs[1] 3:36
2. “Wrong Woman” A. Popović 3:45
3. “Steal Me Away” A. Popović 3:31
4. “Blind for Love” A. Popović 3:14
5. “More Real” A. Popović, M. van Meurs 3:38
6. “Putting out the APB” A. Popović, M. van Meurs 3:48
7. “Get Back Home to You” A. Popović 3:34
8. “The Only Reason” A. Popović 3:53
9. “Part of Me (Lullaby for Luuk)” A. Popović, Claudia Brant 3:16
10. “Lives That Don’t Exist” A. Popović, M. van Meurs 3:55
11. “Need Your Love” Dion Murdock 3:22
12. “Blues for M” A. Popović 5:23

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