Dagmar and The Seductones | Come Back To Me

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Come Back To Me

by Dagmar and The Seductones

It Rocks, it Rolls, it Bops, it Strolls.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet
1:44 $0.99
2. Bad Sad or Mad
2:11 $0.99
3. Mercy Mercy
2:43 $0.99
4. As Long As I'm Moving
2:59 $0.99
5. I'm Not Going To Cry
3:16 $0.99
6. Me and My Chauffeur Blues
2:46 $0.99
7. Come Back to Me
2:43 $0.99
8. That Doghouse Double Bass
2:16 $0.99
9. Come and Get It
1:55 $0.99
10. You Said
2:32 $0.99
11. Hush Your Mouth
3:22 $0.99
12. Not My Concern
3:03 $0.99
13. Old Country Rock
1:18 $0.99
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Album Notes
Andrea Dagmar Brown invites you to "Come Back to Me" with
the release of Dagmar and the Seductones' second CD. They've
jammed in even more rocking sound the second time around,
with hard-hitting originals, rockabilly, R&B and flat-out rock
and roll for your partying pleasure.

The CD features Dagmar's voluptuous vocals, Bob Newscaster's
gritty guitar, Bryan Smith's booming bass and George Sheppard's
dynamic drums as well as guest appearances from some of DC's
finest sidemen.

You'll be glad you came back to Dagmar and the Seductones'
latest and greatest, "Come Back to Me."
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"American Rockin' 4-piece led by great female vocals and featuring fabulous musicians, Dagmar & The Seductones kick of this fine album with a Rockabilly blaster, and work their way through a varied set of roots rockin' styles. They play scorching Rockabilly and Rhythm Rockin' Blues equally well - it's hard to select a highlight because it's good all the way through! There's a lot of original material, along with covers of Don Covay, Memphis Minnie & Huey 'Piano' Smith. A strong and varied set, with great vocals and musicianship throughout."
--Raucous Records



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this cd is a must if your looking for ill call it high octane rockabilly
this cd has the old school house rock with a scufed up vintage twist and the vocals that make this cd sound so good

Andy Rutherford, The Thrillbillys

Great CD! Great rockabilly & cool garagey stuff
Wow, the CD sounds great. I have to say, the song Not my concern is absolutely VICIOUS sounding! It's got a really slamming groove, and Dagmar sounds voice sounds really cool. Sounds like it should be featured in a B-movie slasher flick. I mean that in the best possible way.

I also liked Senior Newscaster's excellent finger picking on Old Country Blues. And Bryan and George are such an awesome rhythm section, they're simply the best.

Great job. You guys rock.

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

A good debut album
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 shows 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. Poor Man’s Roses adds a very welcome touch of honky tonk and so do You Belong To Me. One can only regret she doesn’t sing more in that style.