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Sandy & The Wild Wombats - The Girl Can't Help It (2015)

3-02-2016, 18:54
Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: The Girl Can't Help It
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: JazzTank
Genre: Rock & Roll
Quality: FLAC | MP3
Total Time: 37:16
Total Size: 260 MB | 100 MB

1. The Train Kept A-Rollin' (2:02)
2. Wild One (Real Wild Child) (2:22)
3. Casting My Spell (3:26)
4. The Girl Can't Help It (4:37)
5. Have Love Will Travel (3:02)
6. Sleep Walk (3:24)
7. Drivin' My Life Away (3:33)
8. Riot In Cell Block #9 (2:30)
9. Please Don't Touch (3:22)
10. Hoy Hoy (2:20)
11. Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do (3:33)
12. The Ballroom Blitz (3:00)

Anyone hearing Sandy and the Wild Wombats for the first time will wonder why they chose these songs for this album. Fifties' classics – long thought forgotten - are revived here in new glory.

Sandy's rough voice alone makes the songs up-to date again. And what power they get in the Wild Wombats' new rendition! It's the rough edges – the hard tones – that make Sandy and the Wild Wombats so appealing.

Recorded and produced privately at the beginning of 2015, it was just to be a simple but usable demo. But the power and the enthusiasm - and Sandy's hot and expressive voice combined with the band's musical talent – suddenly they had a complete album!

With no flat spots, humorous, not too serious, Sandy and the Wild Wombats are on the best way to making a name for themselves live – and with wild concerts!

Seems like the first time, a modern rock'n'roll and rockabilly band has brought forgotten classics back to life, classics like “Got A Lot O’ Livin' To Do”, a song from Elvis's great movie career. Listen to Sandy singing “Riot In Cell Block #9” rendered in the best Wanda-Jackson style.

And “Have Love Will Travel” is also included in this series of great interpretations, although here, the number is more inspired by the Sonics' version than the striking Doo-Wop original by Richard Berry Jr.

Most of the songs on this album were prompted by special requests (“Hello! I'm special! Play me!”) and followed the motto: “Why not try that one?” The idea was, “Make it rough and dirty! Just sing it!” - and it's just played - and you just feel it.

Get your head out of the sand - tune into the feeling!

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