Nick Curran And The Lowlifes - Reform School Girl CD

Nick Curran

Nick Curran And The Lowlifes - Reform School Girl CD

The late, great, underrated and sorely missed Nick Curran. Reform School Girl is a culmination of Curran's multitude of talents: a throwback to his roots, only amped up to the limit. ''I've written more songs on Reform School Girl than on any other records. I wanted it to have no filler - only good stuff. All my influences are there, from old blues like Lazy Lester and T-Bone Walker to girl groups like the Ronettes and the Shangri-Las, to Guns N Roses.'' The album also features a couple of appearances by some of Nick's close personal friends including a duet on the song Flyin' Blind, co-written with Blasters' frontman Phil Alvin, as well as harmonica ace Jason Ricci on Reel Rock Party. Catch Nick Curran as he shakes, rattles and rolls a head-spinning combination of genres and tunes into a cool, irresistible cocktail that is rough and ready for action.
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1 Tough Lover  2:14 
2 Reel Rock Party  3:10 
3 Reform School Girl  3:53 
4 Kill My Baby  3:07 
5 Psycho  1:57 
6 Sheena's Back  2:59 
7 Baby You Crazy  2:13 
8 Ain't No Good  2:19 
9 The Lowlife  2:53 
10 Dream Girl  4:33 
11 Flyin' Blind Vocals, Guitar – Phil Alvin  3:14 
12 Lusty L'il Lucy  2:31 
13 Filthy  2:48 
14 Rocker Written By – Angus Young, Bon Scott, Malcolm Young  1:28


Backing Vocals – Bobby Horton (2) (tracks: 8), The Honeybees (3) (tracks: 3)
Bass, Backing Vocals – Billy Horton (2)
Drums – Nick Curran*
Electric Guitar, Vocals – Nick Curran
Harmonica – Jason Ricci (tracks: 2)
Piano, Backing Vocals – Derek Bossanova*
Producer – Billy Horton (2), Nick Curran
Rhythm Guitar – Chris Ruest (tracks: 11)
Tenor Saxophone – Jonathan Doyle (tracks: John Doyle)
Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Dan Torosian


last CD from the late great Nick Curran

Nick Curran (September 30, 1977 – October 6, 2012)[1][2] was an American blues/rock and roll singer and guitarist. He has been likened to T-Bone Walker, Little Richard, The Sonics, Doug Sahm, Misfits, The Dinks, and The Ramones.