Holly Golightly - Down Ginas At Three 12 inch
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If anyone in rock & roll these days deserves to be called a chanteuse, it's Holly Golightly. While most vocalists seemingly believe that bludgeoning their listeners with overblown displays of "soul" is the way to go, Golightly sings with a cool slink that communicates passion and fire through glorious understatement, and on her best records she's the closest thing to Peggy Lee or Julie London punk rock has ever spawned. Recorded live at a gig on her 2003 American tour (complete with banter between the star and her audience and frequent shouts of encouragement to drummer Bruce Brand), Down Gina's at 3 captures Holly in appropriately low-key form.