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I'm No Angel

I'm No Angel EP

I'm No Angel

Track List

  1. I'm No Angel (From Paradise) MP3
  2. Do I MP3
  3. Goin' Down Delta MP3
  4. You Don't Miss Your Water MP3
 

Preview Tracks

MP3 I'm No Angel (From Paradise) 2:15
MP3 Do I 1:42
MP3 Goin' Down Delta 0:59
MP3 You Don't Miss Your Water 2:21
MP3 Gimme All Your Love (remix version) 2:02

Album Credits

Recorded, Engineered & Mixed by Dug at Cove City Sound Studios, Glen Cove, NY Mastered at Digital Mix by Jeff Elterman, Oyster Bay, NY.

"Gimme All Your Love" is a Remix version of the title track, "I'm No Angel," by New York City's mixmaster Feelip G., available on Odessa Mama Records, Australia. www.odessamama.com

Album Reviews

"Want the short version? Four great songs, an ass kicking band, perfect production clocking in at just under sixteen minutes.

"Marla BB is back, lock up your men folk! Starting with about 30 seconds of kittenish purring you have just half a minute to get strapped in before the rocket takes off. Pumping out the primal scream that has become a Marla BB trademark, the all star band of Richard Crooks on drums, blues legend Bill Sims on guitar, Muzz Skillings (yes that Muzz Skillings) bass, and one of the top keyboard players in NYC, Mitch Margold, along with Mick Gaffney who has my vote as the scariest guitar player on this and the next three planets. Of the four songs, Marla wrote two with Mick, one with Bill, and pulled the old classic You Don't Miss Your Water out for a great treatment with Richie Cannata sitting in on sax." • Joe Grandwilliams, Goodtimes, New York 1998
"New York's Sassy Mama does the over the top blues diva thing backed by ace New York City studio cats on this 4-song CD!" • New Releases, Blues Access Magazine, USA 1999
"Marla BB's 4-song EP, I'm No Angel, ranges from rock-edged rave-ups (like the title cut and "Do I") to neo-traditional numbers (like "Goin' Down Delta") as she delivers inspired vocals totally fired up by (the strong backing of) her all-star band. Ms. BB's original songs carry on the tradition of Big Mama Thornton and Janis Joplin - she's no angel from paradise, she's a strong woman in a man's world trying to succeed at what she loves best - singing the blues and working her audience into a frenzy!"• Music Revue, Massachusetts 2000