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  • Audio CD (8 Aug. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sunday Best
  • ASIN: B005G6G2JG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 78,600 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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How long have I been waiting for this album?! Ages! But its been well worth the wait, as every track is excellent. The album is full of roots/blues/rock n roll music and to hear anyone, especially a young group in modern day Britain singing and writing these style of songs is fantastic. Their music is from a different time and place, but the style of music is timeless... A must buy!
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The music of Kitty, Daisy & Lewis is very much a family affair; the eponymous teenage siblings (15, 19 and 17 respectively) are aided by their mum and dad on guitar and double bass, and their debut was recorded in a DIY home studio with the aim of recreating the atmosphere of their energetic live performances. The result is a fittingly youthful and joyous record combining a diverse range of influences from blues to country, made up of a mixture of covers of rock & roll classics, original tracks and instrumentals.

The exuberant single 'Going Up the Country' sets the tone for a short (less than half an hour in total) but brilliantly enjoyable collection of songs that revels in an almost unfeasibly authentic 1950s sound. If you didn't know it was made in 2008, the album could easily pass as a lost classic from the heyday of rock & roll. 'Ooo Wee' (my personal favourite) would be perfect for the jukebox in an old-fashioned diner, while 'Buggin' Blues', penned by Lewis, fits in perfectly alongside the cover versions. 'Honolulu Rock-a Roll-a' will lodge itself in your head for days and 'Polly Put the Kettle On' is one of those songs you just have to get up and dance to. Punctuated by infectious handclaps and harmonies, the 10 tracks whizz by in no time at all and leave you eager to hear more.

Kitty, Daisy & Lewis may hark back to times past rather than creating a new sound, but there's something thrilling about the home-made aesthetic of this debut. The band members' youth in itself is notable, but it's not the most impressive thing about them; there are plenty of teenagers in bands, but few who choose such a unique direction, or manage to pull it off with such aplomb.
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Wonderful, infectious, unaffected, honest, direct, delicious, good old-fashioned, wholly entertaining, aural experience. Just driven up to Edinburgh with this blasting on CD. Four of us - we all loved it. A teeny teeny bit evocative of the great George Melley in live performance -in nicest possible way (powerful immediacy and gusto, we mean). Heard it on R4's 'Loose Ends' on Saturday 2nd August and ordered at once. BTW recommended on the cover to turn volume up to max for maximum enjoyment. We did.
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Saw this band at the Komedia, Brighton over a year ago. Knew nothing about them until I checked them out on the web before going. Live...they just blew the audience (which comprised 18 yr old students through to hip 60+ yr olds)away. What talent! Unable to stand still for the entire show muttering to myself, "Britain really has got talent ...it's here in front of me!" Incredibly talented & stylish musicians playing a vast range of instruments and a great range of styles...rock...rockabilly..blues ... Have now bought all of their self produced CDs ..all brilliant. Try and catch 'em live too!
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I have only just discovered this album (thank you The Regent) and it will certainly be on my 52nd birthday wish list. 14 years old? Who cares they rock.Kitty Daisy & Lewis
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While 'Last Chance Harvey' was an interesting take on love, relationships and middle age the scene on the Thames Embankment where Daisy, Kitty and Lewis played 'Mean son of a gun' was a eureka moment for me. Their vitality, talent and sheer bravado hurtled out from the screen. This cd is well worth listening to especially, if you are like me, well beyond your sell by date. The space between the music of the early '50's and the appearance of rock music was filled in the UK by skiffle bands. A sort of cross between cajun , traditional folk music and something undefinable. So, in between losing and finding different music skiffle managed to fill the gap. Daisy, Kitty and Lewis have come up with a 21st century equivalent that is refreshing and exciting. Listening one hears skiffle-like themes, Django guitar styles, and vocals that knock one out. That leaves out the harmonica sequences in several of the tracks, especially 'I;m going up country', that old Canned Heat number. Shades of Dylan's early style come to mind. This is a treat to listen to and if you are driving watch your speed because these guys will encourage you to press that pedal.
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Fab! Fab! Fab! I love these artists. Great to know that Rockabilly is still swinging. They are so melodic, great singers and musicians, so very talented. Their sound is pure solid. Their version of Going Up The Country is awesome - I'm telling everyone I know about it! Keep up the good work guys.
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By Muthu on 21 Nov. 2013
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These are very talented siblings. This is a lovely addition to my collection. Every now and again one of their tracks come up when I'm on shuffle and it makes me happy. They have great voices, good musicians and great arrangements, I definitely recommend that you buy it.
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