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Without a Warning
Genres: Blues, Pop, Rock
On Without Warning, young Canadian blueswoman Sue Foley puts together the complete package: guitarist, singer, and songwriter. Her driving, syncopated guitar grooves are as vigorous as ever, but her tender, ingratiating vo... more »
On Without Warning, young Canadian blueswoman Sue Foley puts together the complete package: guitarist, singer, and songwriter. Her driving, syncopated guitar grooves are as vigorous as ever, but her tender, ingratiating voice has come forward in the mix as a crucial asset and her own compositions have increased from three out of 11 on her first album to eight out of 13 on this follow-up. Backed by her road rhythm section, Foley plays six of the cuts as a guitar trio, shifting with impressive authority between rhythm riffs and single-note leads. Even when joined by ex-Blaster pianist Gene Taylor, Austin organist Riley Osbourn, or duet singer Angela Strehli, Foley dominates the proceedings with a confidence that belies her outsider status as a young woman in an old man's game. --Geoffrey Himes
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Not bad for just three!
Brook Crowley | Bondi Junction, New South Wales, Australia | 11/14/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is hard to get, but I think it's pretty much worth it. Sue is, without a doubt, the queen of the Telecaster and that pink paisley she uses is the most beautiful-looking guitar in the world! I love "Sue's Boogaloo" (one of the three instrumentals on the album; they were all written by Sue, what's more); "Put Yor Money Where Your Mouth is" and Magic Sam's "Come Into My Arms". If you only buy one album for twelve months, make sure this is it!!"
My Ruby Duby!
Fran | 10/25/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Wanna know what the blues is about? Then listen to Sue's 'Sad sad city'.
This is just one of others where lyrics and music go hand in hand, standards
or originals, she does it (almost) equally so good. And I love her."
A strong one
Frederick Rudofsky | East Greenbush, NY USA | 02/15/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Fiery guitar, sexy vocals, and a band that rips into the tunes. Get it."