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Friday, September 11, 2009

TINA BRITT - SOOKIE SOOKIE


While I don't think it's possible to hear a bad version of this cut (it's been recorded by the ranks of Grant Green to Steppenwolf and every version I've heard smokes!) to this listener this Detroit mover is the ultimate version.

Tina's sassy and powerful vocals match the ultra funky guitar and raw to the bone drums for one that's guaranteed to lift your Friday.

from 1969...

TINA BRITT - SOOKIE SOOKIE

4 comments:

pnk said...

That's the medicine I needed. I didn't know I needed it, but I sure enough feel better now.

Andy said...

Thank you,good stuff.

dukester said...

i've always loved sookie sookie, and that's a fantastic version!
thanks for that and everything, derek, and please keep up your great work.

Pete W said...

I never heard this version before - solid cover of the Don Covay original! I think it's a New York track though (Juggy Murray) rather than a Motor City one...