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Vykki Vox - Womans Touch (CD)

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  1. When I first started buying CD's, "The Best Of The Doors" was in my first half dozen CD purchases. This compilation remains a fabulous walk through The Doors music although it is now dated due to the release of "Legacy: The Absolute Best", which sees the same tracks re-mastered and includes a handful of additional tracks/5(8).
  2. "Song after song rings with a freshness and vitality that is unquestionably the Vykki Vox sound." Vox maintains a non-stop performance schedule with her piece band and as a duo with her guitarist/songwriting partner, Erik Ringstad, or pianist/songwriting partner, Dave Osoff, which includes organizing and hosting the Ladies Sing & Beyond.
  3. Having a bit of middle-eastern touch, it hits hard with a fast drumming session and perfectly blending vocals, chanting words of power. As two following tracks change mood to be much more militaristic, my imagination is being dragged far away in time, when glory and will commanded armies of mortals.
  4. The weekly gig was a great stepping stone to regular work, but it soon became apparent that Chris and Vykki had different musical visions and aspirations. As the year quickly approaches, the Chris Fitz Band continues to pave its way toward national and international recognition. "Outstanding Acoustic Musician" readers poll award - The.
  5. Vykki’s next project, released in , was a five song EP called "Woman’s Touch." This short disc of all original material really showed her diversity. There was the funk/pop title cut along with an acoutic, jazz-tinged tune called "Alone." There’s a swing/blues number called "Never.
  6. Can You Feel It? by Vykki Vox Post-Paleaeontologist by VYLE VARIOUS: Russian Romantic Cello by Vytautas Sondeckis / Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra / Geringas, David Just In Time by W C Carter In the World by W. Jay The Rhythm of Spirit by W. L. Milo Sym 1/2/Con Orch/Musique Feneb by W. LUTOSLAWSKI Marriage Of Figaro-Comp Opera by W.A. Mozart.
  7. Set 1 () 1. tuning/In Harmony > Boogie on Reggae Woman > Darlin' > Louisiana Sun > Willin' > In the Midnight Hour () Set 2 () 1. tuning/You Let Me Down Again () 2. Got My Mojo Working > See It My Way > You're the Only One () Vykki Vox on lead vocals and Dave Osoff on keyboards for "Got My Mojo Working" 3.
  8. I: In the Pines, She Belongs to Me, Bertha, Mr. Charlie, Contract*, Me and Bobbie Magee, Louisiana Lady, Cleaning Windows, Touch of Grey II: I Don’t Need No Doctor, Kick in the Head, Ripple, Scarlet Begonias -> Fire on the Mountain, Glendale Train -> Jambalaya, Season of the Witch, Eyes of the World -> Wharf Rat -> Hard to Handle E: Summertime Blues#, Not Fade Away -> Going Down the Road.
  9. Any female singer/songwriters (all genres welcome - original music is preferred) that are interested in being part of these showcases, either as a solo backed by the Vykki Vox Band or with your own group, either acoustically or as a full band, please send press kits to: CSN Boston, P.O. Box , W. Medford, MA ".

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