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A big helping of risque blues & R&B from Britain's Queen of Bawdy Blues Dana Gillespie. Drawing on new material & from her albums 'Blue Job' (Ace, 1982), 'Below the Belt' (Ace, 1984) & 'Sweet Meat' (Blue Horizon, 1989), Dana belts her way through such classic material as Howlin' Wolf's 'Spoonful' & his boastful 'Built for Comfort' (both from the pen of Willie Dixon), Big Bill Broonzy's 'Too Many Drivers', Leiber & Stoller's 'Mainline Baby' & a slew of her own gritty compositions including 'Meat on Their Bones', 'Sailor's Delight', 'Horizontal Boogie' & 'Raise a Little Hell'. Ace. 1995.
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