Nick Curran And The Lowlifes - Reform School Girl download mp3 album
Producer – Billy Horton, Nick Curran. Rhythm Guitar – Chris Ruest (tracks: 11). Tenor Saxophone – John Doyle. Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Dan Torosian. Vocals – The Honey Bee Babes (tracks: 3). Vocals, Guitar – Nick Curran. 모. Jewel case with clear tray and foldout 6-page booklet.
On ‘Reform School Girl’ (Eclecto Groove, Feb. 16), Nick Curran’s first new album in five years, the shouter, songwriter and monster guitarist is an unstoppable, high-energy one-man 50’s R&B revival. Curran wrote or co-wrote 12 of the album’s 14 foot-stomping tracks. Called just a total ass-kicker by no less an authority than Jimmie Vaughan of The Fabulous Thunderbirds (with whom he played for three years), the Austin-based Curran and his new rock ‘n’ roll roots band, The Lowlifes, pull out all the stops on the new album. To support the recording he formed the band, Nick Curran and the Nitelifes, whose performances whipped audiences to frenzied devotion with their wild ride of retro, yet fresh and edgy rock ‘n’ roll, boogie, R&B, jump blues and a variety of other tasty stylistic devils in the details. A second Texas Jamboree CD, Nitelife Boogie, followed in 2001.
Even by his own standards, Nick Curran gets seriously crazed on 2010’s Reform School Girl. What gives Curran his edge over his roots-rocking peers is his unhinged attitude, manifested in his Little Richard-style vocalizing and blazing instrumental work. This time out, he delivers a pack of tunes overflowing with sex, sweat and danger, avoiding any concessions to studio niceties or contemporary tastes. Songs like Tough Lover, Psycho, Baby You Crazy and Lusty Lil’ Lucy are ferocious, gonad-fueled fun, howled out over clattering piano and hopped-up drums
Since 2004's Player!, blues-centric guitarist/vocalist Nick Curran left his record label, joined up with Kim Wilson's latest incarnation of the Fabulous T-Birds, performed with his own punk-blues combo Deguello, and basically rumbled and tumbled through a number of sundry side projects, all the while eschewing the solo career that led to him taking home the 2004. Handy Award for Best New Artist Debut. A fiery, campy, and insanely rockin' album, Reform School Girl sounds like something along the lines of Little Richard backed by the Misfits with Phil Spector recording the proceedings in his garage. Which isn't to say that the album sounds sonically "gross" - raw, for sure, but ain't that the point?! - in fact, Curran has hooked up yet-again with his longtime partner in crime Billy Horton who helped deliver the old-school vintage sound that Curran has made his trademark.
Nick Curran & the Lowlifes - Flyin' blind. Chris Stapleton - Tennessee Whiskey (Audio). Nick Curran - Dream Girl. Nick Curran Please Don't Leave Me. Chords: Am. G.
Reform School Girl" is also the first killer party record of 2010, homage to the old-school style of sticking a disc in the player and letting it roll all night long. A squeeze of Otis Rush, a touch of Elmore James and a pinch of Jerry Lee Lewis. 3. Reform School Girl.
The album also features a couple of appearances by some of Nick's close personal friends including a duet on the song Flyin' Blind, co-written with Blasters' frontman Phil Alvin, as well as harmonica ace Jason Ricci on Reel Rock Party. Catch Nick Curran as he shakes, rattles and rolls a head-spinning combination of genres and tunes into a cool, irresistible cocktail that is rough and ready for action. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
Band Name Nick Curran. Album Name Reform School Girl. Data de lançamento 16 Fevereiro 2010. Labels EclectoGroove Records. Recorded when the band’s name was NICK CURRAN AND THE LOWLIFES.
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