The Dirty Rooks | Sugar Mama

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Sugar Mama

by The Dirty Rooks

A potent mix of voices, guitars, keys, and horns blending rock, blues, and soul into a single tasty blend.
Genre: Rock: Pub Rock
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1. Skeleton Key
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2. Sugar Mama
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3. Larry's Blues (When Push Comes To Shove)
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4. I Don't Mind
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5. So It Seems
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6. Old Mill Creek
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7. No Mercy
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8. Stranger These Days
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9. Walk Down To the Water
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10. Rabbit Hole
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11. The Rules
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Album Notes
The second studio album from The Dirty Rooks, a band that stuffs as many as 13 people on stage when they play clubs in their hometown, Chicago. Some comments from the press: "The Chicago act piles on grimy blues riffs, a horns section fit for a king, and big-time choruses like, 'I got a girl that brings home the bacon,' creating a bombastic party sound that rouses listeners to buy another pitcher." -- A.V. Club Chicago . . . "The band's latest album, Sugar Mama, feels both fresh and classic at the same time, as the ever-expanding crew throws down a mix of soul and classic rock." -- Centerstage Chicago . . . "Offering grimy guitars, rough bass, hard lined drums and a huge voice found in lead singer, Dan Stalilonis." -- Chicago Music Project


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Juliann Salinas

My new summer album
I had the good luck to catch these guys at a Flabby Hoffman gig a few weeks back at the Red Line Tap (Chicago). I was blown away with the live performance - so I was a little fearful of a studio version, feeling it might be too tame in comparison. Completely unfounded trepidation. This album is a multi-layered musical journey. Like a new pair of kickin' boots that never give you blisters even when you walk in them for 3 hours the first night out, there's not a track on here that trips up the mojo. The Hammond B3 sound weaves in and out with ripping guitar leads and nuanced bass and drums. It's all here. Even nicely mixed background vocals that don't bogart or detract from the great lead vocals and hooky lyrics. Just perfect. It's my car's newest CD staple that will provide the soundtrack for the summer.