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Greatest Hits

by Kitty Rose

1970-styled country western.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Travelin'
2:51 $0.69
2. James Gang Waltz
4:31 $0.69
3. Your Way
3:07 $0.69
4. Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad
2:30 $0.69
5. Blown Away (Concrete)
5:08 $0.69
6. Is It Hot Down There?
3:04 $0.69
7. Walkin' After Midnight
2:17 $0.99
8. Hurricane
4:02 $0.69
9. Swing Shift
4:18 $0.69
10. Move It On Over
4:20 $0.69
11. 'Til The Cows Come Home
0:56 $0.69
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Album Notes
As the alter ego of Americana artist Katharine Cole, "Kitty Rose" was a real cowgirl singing hot twangin' country! Kitty ran a ranch in the small rural community of Hopland, California, and between riding her horses, herding cattle and other ranch chores, she wrote and sang some of the hottest classic country music you'll ever hear. Her "Greatest Hits!" CD is garnering raves from Americana and specialty radio (already over 150 stations are playing it!) and press around the country, like:

“...Often sounding like the echo of a 50-year-old signal from the Grand Ole Opry's glory days, Rose's music resonates with the sweet, innocent purity of vintage Country music, with a rascally energy percolating beneath it all....Rose's approach is fun and playful ("Yee-haws" abound) but she isn't doing the "aint-Country-Funny" schtick some other retro-C&W-fitters live on.(CityBeat, Cinncinati, OH);

“From her opening “Yeah Haw!” exclaimed for all it’s worth, Kitty Rose lets you know that she can hold her own with the best. The California Cowgirl writes most of her songs, sings fabulously, and plays a mean acoustic guitar... I don’t know what’s more impressive, Kitty’s ability to transition from an upbeat celebrant to a touching, softer-voiced balladeer, or the unstoppable conviction that has motivated a 20-year career. Count me an instant fan of this superb artist.” (Bay Area Reporter, San Francisco, CA)

So hold on to yer hats and get ready for a rarin' good time!



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Sharlene M. Davis

I am looking forward to seeing you Thursday the 26th
I really liked the song's and Kitty has a voice that is her's alone even if it is to an OLDER song that she sings. She gives it her own style which is why I am driving 4 hours to watch her perform on a Thursday night here in Florida at the Bamboo Room!!!!I am also looking forward to her next CD.Thank you Kitty--Keep up the great singing-Sharlene

Jose Fusco

...great songs like "Travelin'" and "Hurricane"
From the wilds of Hopland (north of Santa Rosa/Cloverdale) comes Kitty Rose with her tongue deep in her cheek as she presents a collection of her "greatest hits."  Of course there's always the possibility that "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad," "Walkin' After Midnight" and "Move It on Over" were indeed her hits in previous lives.  These do-ya-no-harm covers though are incidental to the majority of the CD's tracks which are her own.  Great songs like "Travelin'" and "Hurricane" would have been hits except that bean counters had already co-opted the music industry by the mid-'90s when these tunes were staples of her alt-rock bands Spanking Violets and The Katherine Chase Band.   Those "hits," as well as her newer hits-in-waiting, have made it to the CD and all with twangin' arrangements -- proving once again that whether you rock it or twang it, a good song is still a good song. 

Sharlene M. Davis

Had to get more
I just had to get more of these CD's to pass along to friends. I really am crazy to hear you play