Saturday, January 14, 2012

VA -Girls Of Texas '60s (1993)

just like that это....

Texas produced an astronomical number of '60s garage bands, so it's not surprising that a few featured female musicians. It may be somewhat surprising, however, that this collection doesn't feature the fuzztone-drenched garage punk that is often associated with the state. Instead, these bands veer closer to blue-eyed soul and blues. The most famous person here is blues-rocker Lou Ann Barton, who is represented by two previously unreleased live performances; other highlights include the Heart Beats' cover of the Mouse and the Traps song "Crying Inside" and the Bombshells' distaff remake of Roy Head's "Treat Her Right." The music is engaging and has historical interest, but most of it is unremarkable. ~ Todd Kristel, Rovi

1. [02:19] The Heartbeats - Crying Inside
2. [02:44] The Heartbeats - Poor Side Of Town
3. [02:36] The Brazen Hussies - Climbing The Wall
4. [02:12] Kay Gramm & The Bandettes - Cross My Heart
5. [03:07] Leisha Brodie - Cross My Heart
6. [06:14] Lou Ann Barton - I Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody's Home
7. [05:22] Lou Ann Barton - He's Gotta Use His Head (To Turn Me On)
8. [03:15] The Heartbeats - Choo Choo Train
9. [02:08] The Heartbeats - Little Latin Lupe Lu
10. [02:34] The Bombshells - Treat Her Right
11. [02:24] The Brazen Hussies - Imitation Me
12. [02:03] The Bad Girls - Santa's Got A Brand New Bag
13. [02:02] The Baxterettes - Why Oh Why Does Barbara Cry
14. [02:18] Friday & The Girls - An Older Boy

thanks Livehanter

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