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Ready To Cheat

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Just Getting Ready To Cheat
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Great Big Man
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Those Kisses
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Friendly Stranger
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Walking On Eggshells
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Reefer Woman
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Belly Rubbin
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Quit Doggin
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How Could I Not Love You
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He Left Me In His Other Pants
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Jim Beam
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Chi-Town
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Goin Home
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 56:25

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They Say All Music Guide

Greeson’s sophomore project for Earwig is a hot item. Greeson wrote every song on the album — an extremely unusual accomplishment for a female blues singer — and the material gives her the opportunity to showcase her stylistic range. Greeson fits right into the time-honored blues tradition of sultry women singing sexually charged tunes with a great deal of feeling. Her music is the hard stuff: late-night, roadhouse blues for adults. She can burn down a slow blues like “Those Kisses” with the same moxie as she belts out a hard-hitting Chicago blues tune like “Quit Doggin.” Greeson has also written a very effective topical piece, “Walking on Eggshells,” which addresses the touchy issue of spousal abuse. Her performance on “Reefer Woman” is a languid bit of naughtiness that is one of the highlights of the CD, as is her clever double-entendre tune “He Left It in His Other Pants.” Greeson is a notable blues singer and a veteran of the Chicago club scene. This release has everything it takes to carry her reputation far beyond the Windy City. – Philip Van Vleck

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