Li'l Mo and the Monicats | Whole Lotta Lovin'

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Whole Lotta Lovin'

by Li'l Mo and the Monicats

Loads of harmonies in a fabulous romp through 60s-style pop, 50s bop and Buddy Holly, Bakersfield, and Brill.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Whole Lotta Lovin'
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2. Little Heart Attacks
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3. When Girls Sing
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4. Pain and Misery
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5. Waiting and Wanting
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6. Lovely Miranda
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7. Three Cool Cats
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8. Real Gone Jive
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9. I Can't Help Myself
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10. Trouble in Mind
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11. Too Much Time With Your Tears
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Album Notes
Boy, can she sing. Monica is a rare triple-threat, a chanteuse who can rock and write songs that you swear you grew up with. This is the real deal, a captivating singer with soulful new material, and a voice that breathes new life into some choice classics. – Bill Kirchen, Titan of the Telecaster

One giant rockin’ leap for mankind – Li’l Mo crooning on her tune-moon, boldly dismissing all gravity, her massively eclectic, don’t-fence-me-in music rocketing at us, trailing Gene Vincent vintage, Stax/Volt essence, new/old blues and unpolluted country and western music…her bell-tone voice hypnotizing everyone on the cosmic dance floor…finally down to Earth, we’re let in on Mo’s brilliant grasp of the whole formidable compendium of American music.  And it’s total fun, to boot… –David Silver, writer of The Compleat Beatles


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