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Meschiya Lake & The Little Big Horns

“Ms. Lake and her band of lowlifes and mischief makers have assembled here the latest additions to the jukebox in the Bad Kids Clubhouse, 14 songs that are anthems for reprobates, laments for the broken hearted, and odes to livin’ just a little bit dirty. All hail the Bad Kids Club! May its membership rolls be ever-growing.”

  1. Anytime is Saturday Night
  2. That Chick's Too Young To Fry
  3. Flim Flam Man
  4. Communication
  5. Woman Seeking Man
  6. Big Nose Stan
  7. I'll Be Your Friend With Pleasure
  8. L'ectric Chair Blues
  9. 24 Robbers
  10. Hey Mary Wanna
  11. You Ain't Woman Enough
  12. I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now
  13. Brand New Funk
  14. Scotch

Meschiya Lake & The Little Big Horns

"… Meschiya Lake sings with theatrically nuanced phrasing—qualities that shine through beautifully on her second record with the Little Big Horns… Marrying fierce vocal chops with a flair for fun, Lake makes a strong case for contemporizing a lost era” - Downbeat

  1. Catch em Young
  2. Don’t Start With Me
  3. My Man
  4. It’s the Rhythm in Me
  5. I’ll Wait for You
  6. Midnight on the Bayou
  7. Foolers’ Gold
  8. Young Woman's Blues
  9. Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down
  10. Organ Grinder
  11. Miss Otis Regrets
  12. The Fragrance of Your Charms
  13. Do Right
  14. I Believe in Music

Meschiya Lake & The Little Big Horns

“Lake doesn’t need to hide behind a microphone with her big bold ragtime jazz voice. It is something that singles out the leaders of a revival, their gifts revitalise the source, and that is what you hear all the way through this album.” - Spiral Earth

  1. I’m Alone Because I Love You
  2. I Ain’t Got Nuthin But The Blues
  3. Do for Myself
  4. Slowburn
  5. Backwater Blues
  6. Comes Love
  7. Lucky Devil
  8. The Curse of an Aching Heart
  9. Sweet Substitute
  10. Gimme a Pigfoot
  11. Joseph! Joseph!

Meschiya Lake & Tom McDermott

“Unlike many current young divas, Lake is not basking in the reflected retro glory of the big band “canaries” of yesteryear… Just as McDermott is fearless in reframing familiar melodies and harmonies, she has the scope and imagination to personalize the material, no matter where it comes from.” - Offbeat

  1. Maple Leaf Rag
  2. Hey Good Lookin’
  3. I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now
  4. Closer Walk
  5. Marie
  6. I Like em Fat Like That
  7. No me Toques
  8. Backwater Blues
  9. I Got It Bad & That Ain’t Good
  10. Proezas do Solon
  11. Gloomy Sunday
  12. Cupid
  13. I Get the Blues When it Rains
  14. I’m Gonna Live the Life I Sing About in My Songs