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Hot Rod Girl
Josie Kreuzer
Hot Rod Girl
Genres: Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Josie Kreuzer
Title: Hot Rod Girl
Members Wishing: 3
Total Copies: 0
Label: She Devil Records
Release Date: 5/18/1999
Genres: Pop, Rock
Style: Oldies & Retro
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 630467006033, 659057085425, 669910165164

CD Reviews

110% authentic 1954 sounding rockabilly...
the-crazy-eagle | 06/14/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This girl really sounds retro from her hot guitar licks to her Wanda Jackson influenced vocals(though she sounds more like what Wanda sounds like today, then Wanda did in the 1950's). This cd swings, rocks, jumps, and is full of energy, and at times even has a western swing or hillbilly boogie feel to it, sounding as though it had bee nrecorded circa 1954! Great job Josie, keep on recording 50's sounding music that both rocks and swings at the same time!"
She sings as good as she looks! if that is possible
Joe Jazz | FL | 08/28/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Josie is the kind of woman tha tevery man fantasizes about, she just may have the perfect figure and innocent face, a real live Varga girl, a 1950's pinup girl come to life! Well look past that and judje her for her msuic which is all at once swinging, and rocking. It hints at jazz, and hillbilly boogie. Her vocie is unique and autheticly 1950's sounding. She does NOT sound like Wanda, Janis, or Barbara. She sounds closer to a hillbilly version Billie Holiday! A great cd, great songs and a cool cover."
Real Roots Rockabilly at Its Best!
Rosemary Basil | New Orleans, LA | 05/05/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If I could recommend one cd that makes you experience real rockabilly as it was sung in the 50's, this is it! This cd is original and rockin!!! one of those rare gems that has so many excellent tracks it is well worth the money, there's a cut for everyone. It is not for those who do not understand or appreciate roots music and the honest vocals that accompany this art form. Ms. Kreuzer is an original--no clone of a soprano from commercial country radio stations ad nauseum. Her songwriting and vocals remind me of Hank Williams Sr. with a yelp and hiccup ala Wanda Jackson or Patsy Cline. The haunting blues ballad, "One Way Love" gives me shivers like many Bessie Smith or Billie Holiday songs do, you are in the singer's heart and soul. Josie's got soul! Get in your hotrod and listen to "Runaway Train" and "Wild Man" on a sunny day on the open highway and forget the tedium of 9-5. Dance to "Ball that Jack" in a juke joint in the boonies. I think this cd will be heralded as one of the new classics in years to come. This is REAL rockabilly, raw and wild, not for mainstream posers! Get it!!"