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Like its blues ancestors, "Speak of the Devil" tells about an abusive husband who sleeps all day and drinks all night. "Voodoo Doll," "Getting Over You" and "What Lovers Do," present the usual conversations between lovers. For its portrayal of an appropriate attitude, Darling's song "Hit the Road" brings a smile to your face as she relates its familiar theme. Although the session is under 40 minutes in length, each track is loaded with rhythm and guaranteed to start your feet tappin'. Grace Darling's tenor saxophone sound is bold and clear. She begins to stretch out during the final minute of the final number; perhaps when the time is right she'll show the audience more of her jazz side.
Track Listing: I'll Go with You; Speak of the Devil; You're My Imaginary Lover; Going Nowhere Fast; Sally on a Streetcar; Voodoo Doll; Getting Over You; What Lovers Do; Ring Dang Do; Hit the Road.
Record Label: NYNO
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