21-year-old Jasmine Kara's ability to bare her soul is quite extraordinary in one so young. And so it wasn't long before Jasmine was brought to the attention of Tri-Sound Records and one of its co-founders became her mentor. Legendary records man Marshall Chess of Chess Records took on executive producer role for her debut album - 'Blues Ain't Nothing But A Good Woman Gone Bad', the first single of which is the two-parter 'In The Basement'. Marshall Chess says - "I've been around the blues and singers who are in touch with their soul my whole life. Jasmine Kara is the real deal. The blues, like a taste of freedom, has truly transformed this young singer. Her Iranian roots, her Swedish upbringing and her recent meeting with - and interpretation of - the American blues are an amazing testament to what a universal language music is. And, to how different expressions of a longing for freedom always have had an underlying, common denominator". Time and again you can only be impressed by Jasmine's vocal control, of which these two up-tempo stormers are prime examples. This strictly limited 7" single will come in an Acid Jazz Records house bag.