Title: Like The Devil Does
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Miss Quincy
Genre: Blues, Dirty Blues
Quality: Mp3/320 kbps
Total Time: 45:11
Total Size: 115 Mb
01. Love Me Like The Devil Does
02. Going Down
03. Dirty Sunday
04. I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl
06. Til The Money Comes In
07. Dawson City Line
08. Silent Movie
"Miss Quincy’s second album is a moody collection of songs filled with dirty guitar licks, sweet gospel harmonies, swampy grooves, and stories of old time deal breakers. Like The Devil Does is both 4am at the whorehouse and the Sunday morning after."
Recommended if You Like: Maria Muldaur, Nina Simone, Wanda Jackson.
"Like The Devil Does", Miss Quincy’s second full length album is a moody collection of songs filled with dirty guitar licks, sweet gospel harmonies, swampy grooves, and stories of old time deal breakers. Miss Quincy and producer, Canadian roots & blues legend Tim Williams, set out to create an album with the gritty sound of tube amps, a tight rhythm section, and a band playing live-off-the-floor. Good musicians playing good music, it’s the oldest trick in the book. A natural evolution from her debut album Your Mama Don’t Like Me (Folk/Traditional Recording of the Year, 2011 BC Indie Awards), this new record takes Miss Quincy’s signature vocal prowess, her love affair with the electric guitar, and songwriting skills into new-found down and dirty territory. Like The Devil Does is both 4am at the whorehouse and the Sunday morning after.
This year also marks the debut of Miss Quincy’s smokin’ new band The Showdown. Featuring upright bass and drums, these ladies are armed with attitude, killer musicianship, and are without a doubt the hottest all-girl rhythm section around. Miss Quincy doesn’t fit the classic girl singer/songwriter mold and The Showdown isn’t your average all-girl band. You won’t find them singing pretty pages out of their diaries, instead you’ll find them getting down and rocking out with raunchy electric roots & blues. Unsuspecting audience members may find themselves suddenly shaking it on the dance floor, shouting out inappropriate comments, and buying the ladies rounds of drinks. Miss Quincy & The Showdown have never played a boring show and never intend to.