Wooster | The Heights of Things

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The Heights of Things

by Wooster

Funk from the backyard BBQ with a splash of Cali goodness.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Three Legged Dog
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2. 99 Days
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3. Ooh Girl
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4. Froghouse
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5. Love is All I Need
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6. New York
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7. Never Took the Time
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8. Monkey
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9. Rise Up
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10. If You Ever
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11. Just Around
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"One of Santa Cruz' liveliest local acts, Wooster has become a crowd favorite in a relatively short period of time. The band kicks on a winning amalgam of blues, soul and reggae anchored by grooves played by crack players who know their way around some elastic funk. The band's secret weapon is vocalist Caroline Kuspa, whose singing chops and emotive power are undeniable. With the band gearing up for the impending release of its eagerly awaited full-length The Heights of Things, expect to hear a lot about Wooster in the months and years to come." - Paul Davis (Mule Train, Santa Cruz Weekly)


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Lucy Love

This Album Rocks!
Wow, what an album. One of those ones where you can listen the whole way through and not get bored. All sorts of styles. I can get pumped up with "If You Ever" and chill out to "Ooh GIrl." Great band, definitely check these guys out.