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Sometimes Ya Gotta

by Stacie Collins

12 tracks of giddy-up! STACIE COLLINS has earned a reputation as a harmonica blowin’ hell-cat who sports a hard-core honky-tonk wail. On her 3rd release she fronts a slam-bang rock-n-roll band featuring Dan Baird & Warner E. Hodges on guitars.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hey Mister
4:01 $0.99
2. I Won't Do Ya Like That
4:21 $0.99
3. Little Things
4:38 $0.99
4. The Very Last Time
3:31 $0.99
5. A Good Man
3:19 $0.99
6. It Hurts To Breathe
5:08 $0.99
7. Tied To You
3:39 $0.99
8. Give It Up
3:17 $0.99
9. Don't Doubt Me Now
4:02 $0.99
10. Carry Me Away
3:03 $0.99
11. Cool
4:38 $0.99
12. Lend The Devil A Hand
3:05 $0.99
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Little Walter meets Joan Jett and Tammy Wynette - Harmonica blowin’ hell-cat STACIE COLLINS is blazing a trail traveled by few women. Sporting a hard-core honky-tonk wail while backed by a slam-bang rock 'n' roll band, she tours the US, Scandinavia and Europe regularly and has even spawned a Japanese “Stacie Collins” tribute band.

"Sometimes Ya Gotta"

Recorded at: Westwood Studios- Nashville, TN
Produced by: Dan Baird
Engineered by: Ben Strano
Assisted by: Tim Brennen
Mixed by: Reel Music / Jimbo Barton / Brad Jones

Stacie Collins- Harp- Vox
Al Collins - Bass - BG Vox
Eric Borash - Guitar
Dan Baird - Guitar- Bass- BG Vox
Warner E. Hodges - Guitar - BG Vox
Jimmy Lester - Drums
Michael Webb - Piano - Accordian
Jonell Mosser - BG Vox

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Junior Dog

I'm digging that new old sound!
With one foot in the honky-tonk and the other in the blues club, Stacie Collin's music could fall between two (musical) barstools, but blues and country are the foundations of rock and roll, and this is a truly barnstorming rock and roll record!
The production is top-notch and the performances outstanding; guitars by the mighty Dan Baird (Georgia Satellites) and the astonishing Warner E. Hodges (Jason & The Scorchers) and a rhythm section featuring Scorchers bassist Al Collins ensure that Sometimes Ya Gotta… really swings.
But despite these riches, two things set this CD apart from the competition; Ms Collins herself and a truck-load of really great songwriting. Her voice is equal parts Loretta Lynn and Janis Joplin and her musical harp playing is truly first class.
Ultimately though, it's the songs that will keep you coming back to this CD. Great tunes, and genuinely interesting lyrics; I've been listening to this album for about a month now, and it's still an exhilarating ride!


This album by Stacie Collins is incredible. I'm not a country music fan per se, but when I heard this I had to get excited. I have to listen to Lend The Devil A Hand, several times a week to get my fix. If you're into Jason & The Scorchers, Georgia Satellites, Warner Hodges and roots rock, you simply have to check this out. She storms Europe and the UK every year and YOU MUST SEE HER LIVE, a one of a kind experience, I can't say enough. Just go.
Sure don't sound like a girl on that harp but as soon as she opens her golden throat, whoa...