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Little Bitta Love

by Dagmar And The Seductones

A sonic spectrum that ranges from rock-solid originals to classic ballads to heart-breaking blues to stompin' rockabilly--high voltage vintage roots rock.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Little Bitta Love
2:29 $0.99
2. Red Hot
2:23 $0.99
3. Evil
2:51 $0.99
4. Don't Stop
2:33 $0.99
5. Livin' A Lie
3:26 $0.99
6. Stupid Cupid
2:14 $0.99
7. Lucky Stars
2:18 $0.99
8. Leavin' On Your Mind
2:54 $0.99
9. Let's Have A Party
2:19 $0.99
10. A Poor Man's Roses
2:15 $0.99
11. Since I Met You, Baby
4:10 $0.99
12. You Belong To Me
2:59 $0.99
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Album Notes
"Red hot mama Andrea Dagmar Brown together with her Seductones gives us a CD full of up-tempo R&B, '50s and '60s rock 'n' roll, and '60s country. Food for the jukebox."
-RootsTown Music, Belgium

"The title track, 'A Little Bit of Love,' rocks a whole lotta bit more."
-Boppin' Around, The Netherlands

"A powerful, dynamic woman's voice, full of presence, in addition to a band with the same attributes, who are equally at home with the blues and rock'n'roll--those are the ingredients for the first CD by Dagmar and the Seductones."
-Rock'n'Roll Music Magazine, Germany

"North Virginia's temptress Andrea Dagmar Brown can make ya melt."
-Rockabilly Girls

"The Seductones are fronted by Andrea Dagmar Brown, who has a fantastic set of pipes...Dagmar seems to strut about and stalk onstage throughout every tune. Her prowling, growling vocals add plenty of sizzle to the already high-energy...song list."
-Les Reynolds, Indie-Music.com

Andrea Dagmar Brown, Vocals:
Dagmar's dynamic presence and sultry soaring style have delighted audiences from juke joints and honkytonks to elegant hotels and historic ballrooms. She has been featured on live radio and in concert. She toured Europe and Africa, entertaining the troops at U.S. Navy bases. She formed Dagmar and The Seductones in December 2001 and they've been rock'n'rollin' audiences ever since. Little Bitta Love is her first CD release on TYM Records.

The Seductones--Bob Newscaster, Bryan Smith and Dave Elliott--set fire to these tracks as they reach right down to the roots and rave up some red-blooded rhythms!

Bob Newscaster, Guitar:
Bob Newscaster has been playing guitar professionally since he was thirteen. He made his mark playing rockabilly in the Washington, DC area with Tex Rubinowitz, Bob E. Rock, and Billy Hancock, on stage and on Ripsaw Records. Bob has also had the pleasure of performing with Bo Diddley, The Clovers, Jack Scott, Robert Gordon, Vernon Taylor and Narvel Felts, among others.

Bryan Smith, Upright and Electric Bass:
Bryan earned international exposure as a member of The Star Spangled Washboard Band. Along with Bob Newscaster, he is featured on the Ripsaw classics, including "Hot Rod Man" with Tex Rubinowitz and "Jessie Lee" with Billy Hancock. In 1980, Bryan enlisted in the U.S. Navy as a member of the Country Current. For the next ten years he performed for Presidents and VIP's with the world's best country players.

Dave Elliott, Drums:
Dave Elliott's career began in the mid-'60's. In 1972, Danny Gatton asked Dave to join his new act and with Billy Hancock, the legendary Danny and the Fat Boys were born. Elliott continued playing, recording and touring with the bands of Danny Gatton until 1990. Internationally known as "Dr. Shuffle," he has gigged with Les Paul, Hot Tuna, Bill Kirchen, Johnny Seaton and many, many more.



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...a time when sock hops were cool and rockabilly ruled...
Take a trip back to the 1950s with Dagmar and the Seductones' album, Little Bitta Love. The disc emits a feeling of a time when sock hops were cool and rockabilly ruled. Fiery songs like "Red Hot" and "Let's Have a Party" nicely compliment swing tunes such as "Evil" to form a well-rounded album. The throaty voice of singer, Dagmar, is well backed by the impressive instrumental talents of the Seductones.

Buzz McClain, Playboy

Great record, full of my favorites and soon to be new favorites!
Dagmar and the Seductones put out a lot more than a "Litte Bitta Love" in this collection of neo-retro rockabilly and country. The veteran band plays if fast and loose, with Dagmar's clear and strong vocals living up to the "seductive" part of the band name. The sex-reversal of "Red Hot" is an unexpected delight that demands repeating. Yee-friggin'-ha!

Fred "Virgil" Turgis - Jumpin' from 6 to 6

agood mix of rockabilly, rock'n'roll, blues & country
A very pleasant debut album by Dagmar and the Seductones. Bob Newcaster and Bryan Smith respectively guitar player and bassist are no stranger to rockabilly fans as they played with Tex Rubinowitz. “A Little Bitta Love”, a Dagmar’s own, is a great rocker and so is “Red Hot” that leaves the listener breathless. A perfect showcase for a powerful voice and nice piano too. It’s time to slow down a bit and this is what the “Fever” type song “Evil” does, and sees Dagmar in a seductive mood. “Living A Lie” and “Since I Met You Baby” add some blues to the mix and show how Dagmar is at ease with that style too with her warm voice. “Lucky Stars” is a nice Buddy Holly type of song with a neo-rockabilly feel in it. It’s time again to slow the pace with the rock’n’roll ballad “Leavin’ On Your Mind”. “Let’s Have A Party” is played in a bluesy vein and they don’t try to compete with Wanda Jackson and this is a good point as I think Wanda is unbeatable on this one. “Poor Man’s Roses” adds a very welcome touch of honky tonk and so do “You Belong To Me”. You regret she doesn’t sing more in that style. Hopefully, there’ll be more like that in the next one that should be out very soon

Eddie Russell, The Country Eastern/Outlaw For Peace Radio Show

flavorful scramble.....very cool
"Little Bitta Love"...a courageous step in fun and high energy. Brillant, accomplished and intense. Will be airing on my shows.