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Boo Hoo Hoo travels from the juke-joint jump blues rockabilly of its title track and the Delta swamp of “Running,” with a chugging Creedence beat, to "Love Is Madness" with a Motown bass line and a Dusty Springfield “Spooky” vibe. Other highlights include a cover of Nina Simone’s version of Nat Adderley / Oscar Brown Jr.'s “Work Song”, the soaring, affirmative gospel revival of “Rise Up,” the sensuous plaint of “If Anything” and the feedback-charged “Devil on My Back,” a band composition that features Black Mountain's Matt Camirand.
No Sinner’s music is about the clash between the sacred and the profane, the preacher and the devil, the sins of Saturday night at the local watering hole being washed away in the redemption of Sunday morning in church; in short, the very contradiction at the heart of rock ’n’ roll.
I like Colleen's raunchy voice, there are a lot of really good tracks on this CD, It's well worth a listen.Published 1 month ago by Mr. Peter Halfpenny
Cracking collection of gutsy bluesy rock. Great voice. Really want to see them develop on this.Published 10 months ago by C. Mckie
Heard the title track on a sample album from Classic Rock magazine. On the strength of Boo Hoo Hoo i brought the album. Have not been disappointed.Published 10 months ago by Matthew Negus
Just a short review. Certainly one of the better cds I've bought recently. Showing there's a lot of new talent knocking on the door.
It shows in the freshness. Read more
Little to add to what has been written previously. Other than say another exciting new talent. Where the best is yet to come.
Yet to buy a copy of her new solo album. Read more