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Ooh Wee!

by Duffy Bishop

"Ooh Wee." is Classic 50's-60's R&B delivered by a woman with a big, BIG voice.
Genre: Blues: Rhythm & Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Should I Ever Love Again
4:00 album only
2. Keep On Churnin'
3:52 album only
3. I'm Blue
2:50 album only
4. Tamale Man
4:25 album only
5. Combination For Love
4:48 album only
6. Blue Monday
2:47 album only
7. Ooh Wee
3:18 album only
8. Rock House
2:32 album only
9. Peace Of Mind
3:53 album only
10. Ain't No Use
3:20 album only
11. I Wanna Know
4:39 album only
12. You're Gonna Make Me Cry
4:29 album only
13. Alley Cat
2:24 album only
14. Act Right
3:00 album only
15. Rock House (reprise)
2:53 album only


Album Notes
Duffy Bishop makes you feel good - about life, about pain, about laughter and tears. Her rich blues voice sounds sometimes like a 60 year old black man, sometimes like a little girl. It's a voice that will caress you like a mother, then scare the hell out of you like a mutha.
She's a voodoo priestess - her live shows bring people together. It's like you're sharing an experience that will never happen again. Dozens of people have met, fell in love and become life partners at Duffy gigs.
She'll crack you up - it's The Blues with a big sense of humor. Songs about honest experience and emotion that'll make you cry and laugh.
With the release of 'Ooh Wee!', Duffy's 8th album, she pays tribute to some of the artists who have touched her in these ways - her heroes, the classic R&B artists of the 50's and 60's. She chose some of her favorite tunes by Big Maybelle, Wynona Carr, Wynonie Harris, Sugar Pie DeSanto, Ray Charles, Ike and Tina, Fats Domino, Dolly Cooper, O.V. Wright and Lazy Lester. The album was recorded 'live' in the studio. The band set up, the record button was pressed, and they played tunes - no overdubbed solos or fixed parts. It's real.
John Foyston of The Oregonian says this of 'Ooh Wee!': " If anyone fully inhabits the persona of the bad-girl blues shouter, (Bishop) does... But she's a full grown woman, and there's no doubt: just listen to the emotional nuance of the torchy 'Ain't No Use'...And when she hits that impassioned 'no more paaaiiinnn' in the bridge of 'Combination for Love' see if you can keep the shivers from cascading down your back."
If you like depth and honesty in your music, you'll love 'Ooh Wee'.
But that sounds kinda serious - this is a party album. Put it on, start dancing.



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Stu Craig

Duffy does it again!
Just when I thought I had my Duffy habit under control, she comes out with yet another addicting record. DAMN!

Karen Jaquish

Ooh Wee! is awesome from beginning to end. You will be swept away by Duffy's soulful vocals on Combination for Love and Ain't No Use. Then you'll be up dancing to Rock House and Keep on Churnin, a lovely little ditty about dairy products (wink). Do yourself a favor and buy this CD. You won't regret it.


Duffy and the band are fabulous as alwase. I think this is my favorite of all t
Duffy and band have breathed fresh life in to some classic tunes as well as adding a fun new song of their own. And added their usual tidbit of comedy. Musically tight, vocally strong, danceable, entertainment. Man what a voice. A treasure of a CD.

ron gallahan

it's hard to write a review on a cd this good & gutsy
i just keep listening to duffy's cd over & over.after a few times i then bought john vcvey's new cd,because of hearing him on "ooh wee".the lady has the type of voice you just don't often hear.i can think of only a handful of white ladies with this kind of blues & soul type voice.
thank you duffy,and the whole band.
'tennessee jazz & blues society member'
'music city blues society member'
'san antonio blues society member'
'austin blues society member'

Helen B

Amazing emotion and energy....
I have had the rare honor and privilege of hearing Duffy Bishop and her band perform live. So I was curious to see if the amazing energy and emotion that she brings to her live performance would possibly translate to her new CD – Ooh Wee!. I was not disappointed and would highly recommend it.

From the first time I heard Duffy sing, I knew she was something special. Not “just” a singer, but one with a tremendously versatile singing voice – from impossibly low tones that make you tremble to powerful heights that bring out the goosebumps. She can sing with wild, emotional abandon, yet total musical control. When Duffy Bishop sings, you completely believe what she’s singing. She is backed by a phenomenal band on this CD – fantastic guitar, piano and Hammond organ solos and backup abound throughout. Tight and rich vocal background harmonies on Act Right, You’re Gonna Make Me Cry and I’m Blue make you want to listen again and again. You find your whole body movin’ to Alley Cat and Rock House.

Buy this CD – it’s a great one.


This CD is a must! Full of rich musical sound, and Duffy's incredibly powerful voice. From the soulful start throught the rockin' finish, every track pleases in only the way Duffy can - and is bound to have you tapping your feet, if not up and dancing!