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The Best of Rock 'n' Roll Hoochie Coo (Re-Recorded Versions)


Download links and information about The Best of Rock 'n' Roll Hoochie Coo (Re-Recorded Versions) by Rick Derringer. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 44:42 minutes.

Artist: Rick Derringer
Release date: 2006
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 44:42
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No. Title Length
1. Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo (Re-Recorded) 3:42
2. Hang On Sloppy (Re-Recorded) 3:50
3. Still Alive and Well (Re-Recorded) 3:29
4. I Got to Go Back (Re-Recorded) 2:53
5. Come On Let's Go (Re-Recorded) 2:57
6. Beyond the Universe (Re-Recorded) 5:06
7. Don't Worry Mother (Your Son's Heart Is Pure) [Re-Recorded] 3:25
8. Teenage Love Affair (Re-Recorded) 3:21
9. Beat the Clock (Re-Recorded) 3:53
10. Let Me In (Re-Recorded) 3:32
11. Bazooka (feat. Rick Derringer) (featuring Pat Travers, Carmine Appice) 3:42
12. Whatever You Do! Don't! (with Rick Derringer) (featuring Cherie Currie) 4:52



Unlike the 1996 comp by the same title, this collection isn’t just a collage of old recordings. Instead of churning out an album of new tunes, Derringer assembled a band in 2005 featuring Pat Travers, Carmine Appice and Cherie Currie of The Runaways to dust off some vintage hits and rock it old school. The opening title track sounds slightly updated, especially with Travers’ meatier tone adding more muscle than the original — and Currie’s backing vocals on the chorus adds a tougher layer of girl power. With airtight harmonies and a soulful horn section the cover of “Hang On Sloopy” sounds so authentically oldfangled that one of Stephen Hawking’s wormholes could open up and take you back in time to that part of the 1970s when everyone wanted to sound like the 1950s. The guitarmonies on “Bazooka” recall those of Thin Lizzy, but the curious cover of Shania Twain's “Whatever You Do! Don’t!” is the sole anachronism here (and a weird way to bookend a fun project).