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    High 02:43
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    Whiskey 03:25
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    Dummy Dust 03:06
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    Blood 04:09
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    I know 02:15
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Awesome write up from Alex Devore at The Santa Fe Reporter!!! Thank you!!!!!

The Beat Goes On
SFR’s 2015 Local Music Issue

"The novel resurgence of straight-fucking-rock that came in the form of post-hipster nonsense bands like Jet was a real heartbreaker, and the world cried out desperately for something they could down beers and smoke cigarettes to. This may finally be that record. Jessie Deluxe seems to have found this glorious middle ground that exists someplace between dirty Southern riffs, the fast-living thrill of the late ’80s Sunset Strip and Hole (if Courtney Love ever had a clue about what counted as punk-fucking-rock). This lady has range, both vocally and musically, and can get you dancing with a song that grooves, like “Whiskey,” or just as easily give you a reason to cross your arms and angrily bob your melon with “Dummy Dust.” “I Tried to Warn You” all but announces a teenage fascination with PJ Harvey but is still made all her own as she takes the vocals lower than you’d think she could while keeping it sexy. Hell, this whole damn record is sexy. (ADV)"

http://www.sfreporter.com/santafe/article-10342-the-beat-goes-on.html

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Jessie Deluxe "Whiskey" Music Video By Elisabeth Naughton: Directed, Produced, Operated camera one, and edited/color timed.

Staring Mike Armstong on Bass and Scott Quist on Drums. (Original Music has Tzusumi Okai on Bass and Jon Barrysmith on drums.)

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