Tina Mack | Satan and the Goddess

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Satan and the Goddess

by Tina Mack

rock swing Broadway
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. True Love and Mailbox Money
3:00 album only
2. Whupdahoodie
2:38 album only
3. Do the Boys Love Us?
3:47 album only
4. Kyrie
0:35 album only
5. Love Does Not Mean Sex
2:28 album only
6. Get the Devil Out the Hole
2:48 album only
7. You Sonofabitch, You Tried to Kill Me
2:56 album only
8. Whozat? (Church o' Rome)
3:33 album only
9. Married to the Devil and in Love with God
4:11 album only
10. Gimme a Try (Aphrodite's Song)
2:37 album only
11. Witch for Jesus
3:52 album only
12. Millenium Prayer
3:08 album only
13. Don't Kill Your Own Fire
3:01 album only


Album Notes
Like the Easter Bunny and Litle Big Man, Tina Mack has seen many resurrections. She wrote her Academy Award acceptance speech for Best Actress at the age of five and revised it at the age of eight, but Hollywood wasn't hiring any 215-pound ingenues when she got out of UCLA drama school. So she went back to graduate school and resurrected as a drama teacher at Beverly Hills High. Then the late sixties happened. Tina turned on, dropped out, lost weight, and became a Hollywood Hills hippie queen. She fell in love with Buffalo Springfield's "Rock and Roll Woman" and started writing songs. Then she fell in love with a junkie who died and fell out of love with mean Los Angeles and the drug culture and came home to Mom in Austin, where she resurrected as a waitress by day and actress and singer by night. And she fell in love with a band called Too Smooth and started writing songs again. Then one day she looked in the mirror and saw that she was a grown-up. So she went back to graduate school and resurrected as a Developmental English teacher. Then she fell in love with a band called Storyville and started writing songs again. Then her songwriter friend Walter Hyatt went down in the Valujet in the Everglades, and on the third day when she was mourning his passing and praying for a dedicated mission for her life, a voice in her head said, "Tina, You should leave the world your tunes before you die." And the dye was cast.....



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