ROSIE FLORES - SANTA MONICA 1987

June 17, 2021 – 6:13 am

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ROSIE FLORES
Santa Monica 1987 [no label, 1CD]

Live at KCRW Studios, Citybilly, Santa Monica, CA; December 15, 1987. Very good KCRW FM broadcast.

Thanks to persic for sharing the show at Dime.

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In a career that spans more than four decades, Flores has proven to be a musical chameleon. She’s jumped feet first into punk rock (with her ’70-era band, the Screaming Sirens), country of both the Bakersfield and Nashville varieties, the Texas singer/songwriter scene, alt-country, straight-up rock and rockabilly. So much so the latter that her onstage moniker for years was “The Rockabilly Filly.” But always and throughout, she has been the Chick with the Pick.

Over the years, Flores has been profiled in Guitar World, Premiere Guitar and Guitar Player magazines. Venuszine cited Flores   as one of the “Top 75 Greatest Female Guitarists of All Time” by Venuszine magazine. She performed at a tribute to Chuck Berry at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame. She has worked with, and helped propel back in to the spotlight, pioneer female rockabilly artists Wanda Jackson and Janis Martin. In 2007, she won a Peabody Award for her narration of the rockabilly documentary, Whole Lotta Shakin’. She worked with Martin in producing the latter’s 2012 album, The Blanco Sessions, which would prove to be Martin’s last recording.

Throughout, she released her own work. To name but a few, they include her solo debut, 1987’s Rosie Flores, 1995’s Rockabilly Filly, 1999’s Dance Hall Dreams, the acoustic live set Single Rose in 2004, 2009’s Girl of the Century and, in 2012, the aptly-named, self-produced Working Girl’s Guitar. - rosieflores.com

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Track 01. Introduction 0:12
Track 02. Heartache Train 3:09
Track 03. Truck Driver Blues 3:00
Track 04. I Gotta Know 2:41
Track 05. interview 1:10
Track 06. Sweethearts in Heaven 2:58
Track 07. God May Forgive You (But I Won’t) 3:22
Track 08. interview 2:18
Track 09. Lovin’ In Vain 2:13
Track 10. Somebody Loses, Somebody Wins 2:29
Track 11. Stop Lovin’ You 2:22
Track 12. interview 1:21
Track 13. Turn Around 2:51
Track 14. Christmas Just Ain’t Christmas Without You 4:29
Track 15. Crying Over You 3:57
Track 16. interview 2:00
Track 17. Your Heart Beats To A Different Drum 2:21
Track 18. You Told Me It’s Over 3:57
Track 19. Blue Side Of Town 3:52
Track 20. interview 1:17
Track 21. I Fall To Pieces 3:45
Track 22. Roc Bop 2:49
Track 23. Outro 0:35
60 mins

Lineup:
Rosie Flores - vocals, guitar
James Intveld - bass, vocals
Donald Lindley - drums
Marty Rifkin - pedel steel, saxophone
Jeff Ross - guitar

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  1. 10 Responses to “ROSIE FLORES - SANTA MONICA 1987”

  2. Rumor has it this is a lady who prefers Big Uns

    By U L E on Jun 17, 2021

  3. I heard she banged Uncle Milte once . You can’t get any bigger than that . By the way , when are we going to get more Frank Sinatra posts ? Love reading his legendary stories . He’s another legendary Big Un .

    By Scaromouch on Jun 17, 2021

  4. Real Finnish Arto Parviainen don’t understand, why someone writes in using my nam, Here in Finland it isn’t funny. Suomalaiset , enkä minä ymmärrä tuollaista. Luckily music is good. Tried write in Van In To The Musis-caption, did’nt work !Arriderci !!!!!!!! that’s italian, not finnish !

    By Arto Parviainen on Jun 17, 2021

  5. @AP . Mitä?

    Arrivederci, that is Italian !!

    By DD on Jun 17, 2021

  6. Rumor has it that I prefer Big Uns

    By U L E on Jun 17, 2021

  7. I’m Poor Man’s languagecourse leader In Italy, we in this group dont’mind mistakes ! Grazie !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    By Arto Parviainen on Jun 17, 2021

  8. She’ll never fuck me, no chicks will.

    *sob*

    By U L E on Jun 17, 2021

  9. Twernt me above . I don”t like women

    By U L E on Jun 17, 2021

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    By Yummy on Jun 18, 2021

  11. First one me, rest all fakes

    By U L E on Jun 18, 2021

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