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Out Late

by Out Late

Missives from the lesbian - centric corner of the universe! Funny, sexy, smart and irreverent lyrics take center stage, perfect for your out and proud collection. Styles range from rock to folk, & from blues to country, with great harmonies and vocals.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Kiss Me Face
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2. Butch Daddy Blues
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3. Wiser Years
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4. A Woman is the Only Man for Me
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5. Chrissie Hynde is a Lesbian (in my head)
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6. Bring Me Back
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7. I Can See the Daddy
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8. Drunk on the Moon
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9. A Part of Me Knows I'm Whole
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10. The Boy You Loved
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11. My Baby's Packin' Blues
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12. Skin to Skin
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JD Doyle

Out Late, the Album
“Out Late” is the name of Diana Di Gioia’s band and album, and also reflects that she was, to her mind, late in coming out of the closet. The songs therefore speak from an older perspective, of regretting not coming out much younger and what was missed by that; and appreciating a lover from wiser eyes, and, oh yes, with humor…where else would you find a song like “Chrissie Hynde Is A Lesbian (In My Head).” I for one like that this voice is being heard. -- JD Doyle, Producer of Queer Music Heritage and OutRadio