Hoodygoode | If It Takes All Night

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If It Takes All Night

by Hoodygoode

Vibrant new vintage, this soulful cd rocks you with sexy Texas charm and a rock-n-roll heartbeat.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Javier and Aleta
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2. Jack D
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3. If It Takes All Night
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4. Nothing At All
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5. Dancin' in the Rain
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6. Why Ain't You Working
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7. So Fine
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8. Sugar Coated Love
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9. Shake It
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10. The River
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11. Save Me
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12. Easy Way Out
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Hoodygoode features Austin music scene veterans Dave Fox (guitar and vocals), Steve King (bass guitar and harp), Debbie King (drums and backing vocals), and smoking-hot raw talent Brenda Hood on lead vocals. Their second release, "If It Takes All Night", features a solid batch of new originals honed by their exciting live shows. Hoodygoode set out to make a genre-defying work of diverse Texas music in this new release. From Latin rhythms to country swing to hard driving rock, “If It Takes All Night” shows amazing growth in the band’s sound. Special guest appearances from Grammy winner Cindy Cashdollar on steel guitar and several other local favorites make the sound fuller and more diverse without losing that distinctive Hoodygoode flavor.

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