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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Nick Curran & The Nitelifes 2003 Doctor Velvet

Genre: Blues
Rate: 171 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 00:42:07
Size: 50,10 MB

United States

Oh! I have been delivered!! With this album I have escaped the barage of sap-shackle-pop and the soulless melodies that dominate the airwaves of our time. This cry of the heart is not a new notion, but the type of rescue this time will leave you swooning and weak in your pedal-pusher covered knees. Nick Curran and the Nitelifes swing in on the vine of rockabilly jump blues, and everyone, hear their roar. Nick's gritty, gravelly vocals, innovative lyrics, and musical palimpsest are irresistable. Actually, I don't really care about the lyrics--heartfelt as they are--if he sang anything to me in that voice, I'd black out before I'd heard what he said. So, if you are on the rebound from Brian Setzer, beware of Nick Curran. His sound evolves from the '40s swing to the '50s era "get you as low to the floor as my pompadour is high" jump blues. "Shot Down" is a must hear. Go, go, go, daddy-o. (Elaine R. McIntyre)


01 - Doctor Velvet 02:28

02 - Lonesome Whistle Blues 03:54

03 - Shot Down 03:09

04 - Drivin' Me Crazy 03:13

05 - Don't Be Angry 02:30

06 - Please Don't Leave Me 04:33

07 - Midnite Hour 03:55

08 - One More Time 03:21

09 - Can't Stop Loving You 03:10

10 - She's Gone 03:41

11 - Beautiful Girl 02:33

12 - Cold Cold Heart 03:08

13 - Stompin' At The Fort 02:36

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