The Rise and Fall of Ruby Woo CD£9.99
The Rise and Fall of Ruby Woo (UCJ, 2008) is The Puppini Sisters' second album.
"Musically accomplished" - Boston Herald
The Puppini Sisters' sophomore album is a truly delightful voyage into exuberant swing, with the addition of much-loved originals penned by the Sisters.
"I Can't Believe I'm Not a Millionaire" is a blues full of arch humor, and "Jilted" sounds like it would have been a natural for Peggy Lee, a sultry, sexy tune with a strong hook and a great lyric.
This is an album to mix yourself a Martini to! - Perfect for when you want to spoil yourself.
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1 - Spooky
(Mike Shapiro, Harry Middlebrooks Jr)
2 - Walk Like an Egyptian
3 - Old Cape Cod
(Claire Rothrock, Milton Yakus, Allan Jeffrey)
4 - Soho Nights
5 - I Can't Believe I'm Not a Millionaire
6 - It Don't Mean a Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing
(Duke Ellington, Irving Mills)
7 - Could It Be Magic
(Barry Manilow, Adrienne Anderson)
8 - Jilted
9 - Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree
(Lew Brown, Charles Tobias)
10 - Crazy In Love
(Beyoncé Knowles, Rich Harrison, Shawn Carter, Eugene Record)
11 - It's Not Over (Death Or The Toy Piano)
12 - And She Sang
13 - We Have All The Time In The World
(Hal David, John Barry)
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