Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Rip It Up



From the forthcoming release "Reform School Girl," here are Nick Curran & The Lowlifes with "Tough Lover." I cannot get enough of this song or this album. I've already called it my favorite album of the year on The Huffington Post and I'm thinking unless Todd Rundgren releases "Something/Anything 2" with all 4 members of The Beatles and James Booker guesting, it will remain that way come December.

8 comments:

cmealha said...

Great cut. Very Little Richard. Looking forward to checking it out.

steve simels said...

That's the late Earl Palmer on drums, right, from the beyond the grave?

Seriously, that's some pretty amazingly authentic stuff...

jeff said...

That opening riff "Ronnie" from the Four Seasons?

Anonymous said...

Wow! My kind of Rock & Roll.

ROTP(lumber)

FD13NYC said...

Great late 50's Rock and Roll revival song! Hope the rest of the CD is as good. Definitely checking it out. Good goin' Sal

WOMP BAMA LOO BOMP BALOMP BAM BOOM!!

Ken D said...

Great stuff. Just checked Curran's website to see where he's from and where he might be playing.
Turns out he was recently diagnosed with cancer (on his tongue). Let's keep talking up his record. I'll bet he could use the sales.

The said...

Hi, Thanks for your great review on the Lowlifes album.

Currently Sirius Satellite radio station number 25 recently announced it's nominations for the coolest song of 2010.
I'm writing to you in hopes that you can urge readers to vote for Nick Curran and the Lowlifes's "Reform School Girl".
Voting requires no registration and can be done here: http://littlestevensundergroundgarage.com/csw/

Sal Nunziato said...

Nice timing, THE.
I am writing up tomorrow's post about my fave songs of the year, one of which is "Tough Love."

I'll be doing a year-end best next week, and Nick's CD is in the Top 10.

I will certainly post the link.