The Rise and Fall of Ruby Woo CD£14.99
The Rise and Fall of Ruby Woo (UCJ, 2008) is The Puppini Sisters' second album.
"the Puppinis pay attention to detail. Which is why they're very good at what they do" - MOJO Magazine
"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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