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Stacie Collins "The Lucky Spot"

Stacie Collins “The Lucky Spot”

MP3 | CBR 320 Kbps 48000 Joint Stereo | 38:31 | 91.12Mb
2007 | Genre: Country Rock | Songwriter

A real Okie from Muskogee, Stacie Collins will kick your a**, country-style. Ever since Gretchen Wilson’s “Redneck Woman” seized No. 1 in 2004, a new outlaw movement has threatened to ransack Nashville: the bada** country mama. We’re talking about a gritty babe who takes no sh*t from men, who’s honed her barstool feminism in roadhouses, who knows “all the words to every Charlie Daniels song.”

Then there’s up-and-coming Stacie Collins, the rambunctious tomboy Lambert would’ve thumbed her nose at back in high school. A popular club draw in Music City, she also wears denim really well. More important, Collins rocks far harder than Lambert and Wilson, wedding vintage honky-tonk, Chicago blues, and Stones-fried boogie.

“Country is cool,” says Collins, who just self-released her sophomore disc, The Lucky Spot. “But there’s a big-a** market of people who are starving for good old make-you-wanna-move -dance-touch-ya, feel-good rock and roll.”

On The Lucky Spot, Collins and her band tear through a wide swath of Americana: stuttering blues, Texas swing, and every shotgun marriage of C&W and Keith Richards-inspired trash rock imaginable. Crusty guitars claw at each other, while the rhythm section plows forward relentlessly. Add pedal steel, organ, and piano, and the jams turn downright claustrophobic, especially since former Georgia Satellite Dan Baird recorded the band live with no overdubs. “The record has some warts,” says Collins. “But there’s an energy to it.”


Tracklist:

01 – It Aint Love
02 – Long Gone
03 – Lucky Spot
04 – Sorryville
05 – Show Your Mama
06 – Baby Sister
07 – Never Ever
08 – Ramblin
09 – Do You Miss Her
10 – Top Of That Mountain

Download includes front cover and misc photos

Oakie Gal


password: coyote

Thanks to the original poster

January 23, 2008 Posted by | Music_Country, Stacie Collins, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Stacie Collins "The Lucky Spot"

Stacie Collins “The Lucky Spot”

MP3 | CBR 320 Kbps 48000 Joint Stereo | 38:31 | 91.12Mb
2007 | Genre: Country Rock | Songwriter

A real Okie from Muskogee, Stacie Collins will kick your a**, country-style. Ever since Gretchen Wilson’s “Redneck Woman” seized No. 1 in 2004, a new outlaw movement has threatened to ransack Nashville: the bada** country mama. We’re talking about a gritty babe who takes no sh*t from men, who’s honed her barstool feminism in roadhouses, who knows “all the words to every Charlie Daniels song.”

Then there’s up-and-coming Stacie Collins, the rambunctious tomboy Lambert would’ve thumbed her nose at back in high school. A popular club draw in Music City, she also wears denim really well. More important, Collins rocks far harder than Lambert and Wilson, wedding vintage honky-tonk, Chicago blues, and Stones-fried boogie.

“Country is cool,” says Collins, who just self-released her sophomore disc, The Lucky Spot. “But there’s a big-a** market of people who are starving for good old make-you-wanna-move -dance-touch-ya, feel-good rock and roll.”

On The Lucky Spot, Collins and her band tear through a wide swath of Americana: stuttering blues, Texas swing, and every shotgun marriage of C&W and Keith Richards-inspired trash rock imaginable. Crusty guitars claw at each other, while the rhythm section plows forward relentlessly. Add pedal steel, organ, and piano, and the jams turn downright claustrophobic, especially since former Georgia Satellite Dan Baird recorded the band live with no overdubs. “The record has some warts,” says Collins. “But there’s an energy to it.”


Tracklist:

01 – It Aint Love
02 – Long Gone
03 – Lucky Spot
04 – Sorryville
05 – Show Your Mama
06 – Baby Sister
07 – Never Ever
08 – Ramblin
09 – Do You Miss Her
10 – Top Of That Mountain

Download includes front cover and misc photos

Oakie Gal


password: coyote

Thanks to the original poster

January 23, 2008 Posted by | Music_Country, Stacie Collins, _MUSIC | Leave a comment