Zoot Woman - Zoot Woman download album
Zoot Woman is the second studio album by Zoot Woman. It was released through Wall of Sound in 2003.
Zoot Woman are a British electronic music band consisting of Adam Blake, Johnny Blake and Stuart Price. Known for their live shows, the group has gained a worldwide following. With 'Living in a Magazine’ Zoot Woman established themselves on the music scene.
Thankfully, the three members of Zoot Woman - who were all born around the same time as our hapless victim - probably never went through something traumatic like that. They're from various parts of Europe, not the States, which means that their taste for less-macho music was more acceptable.
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But Zoot Woman is still having a go at it, and they've returned with an album that sticks close to their first recipe, bringing back the fun with a more polished and occasionally darker sound. It's full of their familiar hooks and beats, and more of Johnny Blake's suave-yet-gruff vocals. Think of a French Kathleen Turner without the weird accent. With a throbbing bassline out front and sharper electric guitars pushed lower into the mix, Zoot Woman leads off with the first single, "Grey Day". Zoot Woman isn't essential, but it is infectious. It won't find an easy home on most dance floors, but it will mix in well at the beginning of the night before the lipstick is smeared and the vodka can remove nail polish. So put up with one more electro reference and take Miss Kittin's advice: play it at a backyard party with friends, sing along in the car, or bribe the bartender at the hotel lounge to slip it in.
Redirected from Absence (Zoot Woman album)). Zoot Woman is a British electronic music group consisting of Adam Blake, Johnny Blake and Stuart Price. The band has gained a worldwide following for their live shows. The live act is Johnny Blake and Adam Blake, Price does not tour