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Alligator Woman

by Bobi Jackson

Dance to these Swamp-Pop/Rock-Blues originals and covers. Also, includes world percussion trk gd for raves.
Genre: World: African
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1. Alligator Woman
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3:53 $0.99
2. I Jus' Wanna Make Love To You
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3:38 $0.99
3. Do The Daddy Don
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2:55 $0.99
4. Hard Rockin' Woman
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3:15 $0.99
5. Born Under A Bad Sign
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3:39 $0.99
6. Would You Be Here? (for Janis Joplin)
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4:40 $0.99
7. Merida
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8. Love Your Neighbor
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Album Notes
Bobi Jackson, The Quiet Legend, re-emerges as the Swamp-Pop/ Blues-Rock Queen of Los Angeles. This re-release of "Alligator Woman" features new and internationally famous musicians: Fran McDonald-guitar, Danny Ferro-drums with Bobi on bass and vox. This power trio, Heavy Shadows, adds horns to sweeten the dance of life by Jerry Angelo, Venetia Phillips & Russ Mullen.
The popularity of this album as swamp pop was added to international and national playlists and four tours of England. Bobi performed acoustically at the 1996 Glastonbury Music Festival and was invited back for 1999.
This re-release affords those of you who have not heard the dance of life songs celebrate this album.
Dance & Enjoy!


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Bobi Has a good sense of late '60's psychodelic rock
My first listen I recognized the textures and layers of these sensitive renditions of the classics "I Jus' Wanna Make Love To You" and "Born Under A Bad Sign". Two of my favs. And the originals blew me away, "Do The Daddy Don" must be the newest dance craze of the clubs. Thanks for the great new sounds.


Bobi's got a groove, a wild voice somewhere between Lidia Pense and Candy Givens. This is one you gotta listen to for blues and world beat.


Bold new sound
Great sounds and textures that move from blues to world beat with a dose of Janis Joplin. Bobi's music has a good sense of late '60's psychedelic-earthy sound.